NEWS
Wed Sep 11, 2013 01:01 PM CDT

Sunny to partly cloudy skies across the Prairies and much of the central U.S. on midday Wednesday except for partly to mostly cloudy skies in the central and southwest Plains with some scattered showers and over eastern Colorado and eastern New Mexico. Temperatures are warm/hot with highs in the 70s to low 80s over northern areas, 80s to low 90s central and south.

The outlook for Thursday calls for scattered moderate to heavy showers and thunderstorms in the winter wheat areas of western Kansas and eastern Colorado with only a few light showers elsewhere in the Southern Plains. A few ...

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