NEWS
Wed Oct 9, 2013 06:44 AM CDT

Rains linger Wednesday near the East Coast from northeast North Carolina and eastern Virginia to southern New Jersey. The balance of the key U.S. and Canadian Prairies crop areas will continue dry Wednesday. Temperatures average above normal, except it may be cooler through the western part of the Canadian Prairies and through the western part of the Northern Plains. Favorable conditions for maturing crops and harvesting, except in areas that may still be too wet due to recent rains.

Highs Wednesday: 50s and 60s Canadian Prairies, low 50s to low 70s Northern Plains, 70s and 80s central and Southern Plains, ...

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