NEWS
Mon Nov 25, 2013 02:14 PM CST

Showers and thunderstorms with moderate to heavy rain covered most of the Delta and Tennessee Valley Monday afternoon, and snow squalls extended from the lower Ohio Valley north to the Great Lakes. Dry conditions covered the rest of the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairie crop regions. Temperatures ranged from the upper teens in southeastern Saskatchewan to the mid-50s along the central Gulf Coast. Readings in the 30s were noted as far south as northern Louisiana.

Rain of moderate to heavy intensity will continue in the Deep South and Southeast Tuesday, with dry conditions prevailing elsewhere except for light snow in ...

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