NEWS
Tue Oct 15, 2013 07:16 AM CDT

Light to moderate rain will cover much of the northern, central and southern Midwest Tuesday, extending southwest into central and western Texas. The rain will disrupt row crop harvest and wheat planting, along with causing more flood issues in Texas. Dry conditions will cover the eastern Midwest and Southeast, along with the central and southwestern Plains. We'll also see light snow in western South Dakota; however, this snow will not be nearly as heavy as the record amounts which caused extensive livestock death loss earlier this month. Temperatures will trend lower, which will hinder drying after recent rain.

Highs: 40s/50s ...

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