NEWS
Wed Nov 27, 2013 06:41 AM CST

Dry conditions will cover the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairie crop regions Wednesday. Much attention will focus on the northeastern U.S., where a combination of heavy rain, ice, snow and strong winds will cause transportation disruptions ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday. Conditions will be cold for the season in the northeast Plains, Midwest, Delta and Deep South, but will show a warming trend in the remainder of the Plains due to southwesterly wind flow.

Highs: 20s/30s Prairies, northeastern Plains, Midwest, northern Delta; 40s/50s elsewhere except 60s/70s Southeast.

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