NEWS
Mon Jan 6, 2014 02:10 PM CST

Scattered light snow showers were noted in the eastern Great Lakes Monday afternoon. Otherwise, conditions were dry in the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairie crop regions. Bitter cold air dominated all areas, with the coldest air in the southern Prairies, Northern Plains, and the northern through central Midwest. Temperatures ranged from -20 in northern Minnesota and northern Wisconsin to the mid-40s in southeastern Georgia.

Tuesday will again by mainly dry except for light rain and snow in the immediate Great Lakes. Temperatures will show pronounced warming in the Southern Plains, with more abnormally-cold conditions in the Prairies through Midwest. This ...

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