NEWS
Fri Nov 22, 2013 06:47 AM CST

Very cold conditions are in store Friday from the Canadian Prairies south through the Plains and western Midwest. A "blue norther" is underway in the southwest Plains with cold air, strong winds and moderate snow. We'll also see light snow in the Great Lakes, and moderate to heavy rain from eastern Texas northeast to the eastern Great Lakes, while the southwestern U.S. has a mix of moderate to heavy rain and snow. This combination will be stressful for livestock and transportation, and may cause some stress for winter wheat due to a lack of conditioning for colder air.

Highs: Subzero ...

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