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Mon Nov 4, 2013 11:54 AM CST

Light rain and drizzle moved through the northwestern Midwest region Monday morning. Showers were reported in east Texas during the day. Little elsewhere in the key U.S. crop areas Monday. A little light snow was reported in the Canadian Prairies. Temperatures ranged from the teens and 20s Fahrenheit in the Canadian Prairies to the 80s in south Texas and in Florida.

Rain, some snow and thunderstorms will develop over the northern and eastern areas of the Central Plains region and move into the western Midwest areas during Tuesday and Tuesday night. This activity may be locally heavy, likely affecting field ...

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