NEWS
Mon Oct 28, 2013 02:00 PM CDT

Dry conditions covered the majority of the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairie crop regions Monday. However, some light rain showers in northwestern Iowa, west through northern Nebraska and central South Dakota, and snow in western South Dakota through Montana, were indicative of a large western U.S. storm system headed eastward. Temperatures ranged from the middle teens in the southwestern Prairies to the mid 80s in south Texas.

Rain and snow will span much of the Plains and western Midwest Tuesday. The precipitation will continue spreading eastward and bring a halt to harvest by Wednesday in most areas of the Corn ...

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