NEWS
Tue Dec 3, 2013 06:51 AM CST

Snow, cold and blustery winds are in store for the Northern Plains and Canadian Prairies Tuesday. We’ll also see a variety of rain and snow in the northern Midwest. This combination will cause transportation issues along with livestock stress, and will interfere with the final corn harvest. Dry conditions will be in effect elsewhere along with mild temperatures. Cold air and a wintry blend of precipitation steadily moves southward into the central U.S. during this week.

Highs: Single digits to 20s Prairies, northwestern Plains; 30s/40s northeastern and central Plains, northern Midwest; 50s/60s Southern Plains, western, central, eastern and southern Midwest, ...

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