NEWS
Thu Sep 12, 2013 12:07 PM CDT

Light rain and showers occurred through southeast and far eastern areas of the Midwest Thursday. Showers and rain occurred in Kansas and Colorado winter wheat areas. It was mainly dry elsewhere in the key U.S. and Canadian Prairies Crop and livestock areas Thursday. Temperatures ranged from the 60s in the Canadian Prairies and the northern Great Lakes region to the 90s across the southeast and east-central U.S. areas.

Friday will feature rain, showers and thunderstorms through western areas of the Plains winter wheat belt, especially west Kansas and east Colorado but possibly west Nebraska and the Oklahoma and Texas panhandles ...

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