NEWS
Thu Nov 21, 2013 01:54 PM CST

Moderate to heavy rain was noted in the eastern and southern Midwest and Delta Thursday afternoon, and a mix of sleet and snow was featured in the western Midwest and the central and north-central Plains. The rest of the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairie crop regions were dry. Temperatures ranged from zero Fahrenheit in southern Manitoba to the mid-80s in south Texas.

Friday will be stormy in the Southern Plains, Delta and eastern Midwest, with a rain-snow mix in the Southern Plains along with some periods of sleet, and moderate to heavy rain in southeast Texas through the Delta. Eastern ...

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