NEWS
Fri Jan 3, 2014 06:41 AM CST

Moderate to locally heavy snow is in store for the Canadian Prairies Friday, with dry conditions in the primary U.S. crop areas. Temperatures will have a wide range, with continued cold readings in the Midwest, South and Southeast, while the Plains values show a significant warm-up to finish the week. A powerful new cold wave will cover the Prairies through central and eastern U.S. next week. Meanwhile, a snowstorm Friday in the Northeast will hinder commercial activity in the New York City, Philadelphia and Boston areas.

Highs: Teens/20s Prairies, all but western and southern Midwest; 30s/40s northern through southeastern Plains, ...

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