NEWS
Mon Dec 23, 2013 01:14 PM CST

Snow showers were noted Monday afternoon around Lake Michigan. Otherwise, conditions were dry in the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairie crop regions. Very cold air dominated the Prairies, northern and central Plains, and the western Midwest. Temperatures ranged from -24 in southwestern Manitoba to the upper 60s in southeastern Georgia.

Tuesday will feature a round of snow and freezing precipitation in the Northern Plains and northern Midwest along with the eastern Prairies. Elsewhere, we'll see dry conditions. This week will generally feature a dry trend over the Christmas holiday along with mostly below normal temperatures in the Midwest, Plains and ...

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