NEWS
Tue Jan 7, 2014 06:54 AM CST

Mostly dry conditions will cover the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairie crop regions Tuesday. Exceptions will be in the Northern Plains and Great Lakes where a few light snow showers will occur. Temperatures will still be cold in the Prairies through Midwest and Southeast, but will show a dramatic warming trend in the southwestern Plains. This milder pattern continues through the balance of the week.

Highs: Subzero eastern Prairies, northern Midwest; single digits to 20s western Prairies, northwestern through eastern Plains, remainder of the Midwest; 30s/40s western through Southern Plains, northern, central and eastern Texas, Delta, Deep South, Southeast; 50s ...

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