NEWS
Fri Dec 6, 2013 06:41 AM CST

Bitter cold and dry conditions will cover the Canadian Prairies, Plains, and all but the southeastern Midwest Friday. A stripe of snow will run from the southeastern Midwest to the far Southern Plains, and a dangerous ice storm will form from the lower Ohio River valley southwest to northeastern Texas. Moderate to heavy rain will then be noted in the Deep South and southern Delta. Transportation will be severely affected in the areas with snow and ice, while the harsh cold elsewhere will be stressful to winter wheat, livestock, and transportation.

Highs: Subzero Prairies, Northern Plains; single digits/teens western and ...

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