NEWS
Tue Oct 15, 2013 02:13 PM CDT

Light to moderate rain extended from central Texas northeast to the eastern and northern Midwest, along with the north-central Plains Tuesday afternoon. Dry conditions were noted elsewhere in the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairie crop regions. Temperatures ranged from the upper 30s in northwestern Nebraska and southwestern South Dakota to the low 90s in south Texas.

Showers will run from the eastern Great Lakes southwest to, again, central Texas Wednesday. Drier but chilly conditions will dominate the rest of the Midwest and Plains, while the Southeast has another mild day. Harvest progress and fall field work will be minimal due ...

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