NEWS
Mon Sep 16, 2013 06:42 AM CDT

Light to moderate rain is in store for the Southern and western Plains along with the central and southern Rockies Monday. The rain is enhanced by circulation around Hurricane Ingrid in northern Mexico, and will produce another round of flooding issues in the already hard-hit areas of the Front Range and the western Plains. The moisture will offer some benefit ahead of winter wheat planting along with pasture improvement. Dry conditions will be in effect elsewhere. There are also frost advisories in the northern Midwest which may cause some premature end to the crop season.

Highs: 50s/60s northern and eastern ...

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