NEWS
Mon Oct 14, 2013 06:43 AM CDT

Moderate to heavy rain will cover the Plains and northwestern Midwest Monday. The rain will disrupt harvest and wheat planting while providing moisture for emerged wheat and pastures. Eastern Midwest areas have a freeze chance with dry conditions Monday, followed by light rain and some harvest delays Tuesday. A drier trend develops in the central U.S. later this week.

Highs: 40s/50s Canadian Prairies, Northern Plains, northern Midwest; 60s/70s central and Southern Plains, Texas Panhandle, northern, western and central Texas, remainder of the Midwest, northern Delta; 80s southern Texas, southern Delta, Deep South, Southeast.

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