NEWS
Thu Nov 14, 2013 06:31 AM CST

Scattered light rain showers will dot the Northern Plains and northern Midwest Thursday, with some light snow in the southern Canadian Prairies. Otherwise, we’ll see another dry day in the primary U.S. and Prairie crop regions. This pattern will favor late-stage harvest along with fall field work and livestock activities.

Highs: 30s Prairies; 40s Northern Plains, northern, central and eastern Midwest; 50s remainder of the Plains, northern and eastern Texas, western and southern Midwest, Delta, Southeast; 60s Texas Panhandle, western, central and southern Texas, Deep South.

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