NEWS
Wed Nov 6, 2013 06:34 AM CST

Moderate to heavy rain is in store for the central, eastern and southern Midwest Wednesday. The rain will cause some delays in final harvest stages while continuing to improve soil moisture for winter wheat. Drier conditions will cover the western Midwest and Plains; however, harvest will be slow in these areas due to rain and snow Tuesday. Temperatures will be chilly north and west, and warm east and south.

Highs: 20s northern Canadian Prairies; 30s/40s southern Prairies, Northern, western and central Plains, northern and western Midwest; 50s/60s central, eastern and southern Midwest, Southern Plains, Texas Panhandle, northern, western and central ...

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