NEWS
Tue Nov 19, 2013 02:04 PM CST

Dry conditions dominated the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairie crop regions Tuesday afternoon. A major feature is the building of very cold Arctic-origin air in the Canadian Rockies and western Prairies, which will expand southward into the central U.S. during the latter part of the week. Temperatures ranged from the single digits in southern Alberta to the low 80s in far south Texas.

Wednesday will feature a taste of winter with moderate snow, strong winds and cold temperatures in the Northern Plains. Elsewhere, cold air will cover the Prairies, while the remainder of the Plains, Midwest and southern crop areas ...

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