NEWS
Thu Jan 16, 2014 05:51 AM CST

A cold and blustery Wednesday is in store for the Northern and central Plains and Midwest Wednesday. In the eastern Dakotas through the Great Lakes, we'll also see moderate to locally heavy snow and blizzard conditions. This will be stressful for transportation and livestock, and will dry out soils in winter wheat areas. Snow and cold winds will show up as far south as the Missouri Bootheel as well. Southern areas have a milder pattern.

Highs: Teens eastern Canadian Prairies; 20s/30s western Prairies, Northern Plains, Midwest; 40s/50s central and Southern Plains, Texas Panhandle, Delta, Deep South, Southeast; 60s/70s remainder of ...

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