Thu Jan 2, 2014 01:48 PM CST

Light to locally moderate snow was noted in the eastern Midwest Thursday afternoon, and light to moderate rain continued in the Southeast. Otherwise, conditions were dry and cold to bitter cold in the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairie crop regions. Temperatures ranged from the subzero teens in the southeastern Prairies and northeastern Plains to the low 60s in far southeastern Georgia.

Friday will be dry, windy and warmer in many areas, with a pronounced warm-up in the southwestern Plains. However, a snowstorm will form in the southern Prairies and far Northern Plains. This storm system tracks south and east through ...

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