NEWS
Tue Jan 21, 2014 05:59 AM CST

Light to moderate snow is in store for the Ohio Valley and far Northern Plains Tuesday. Otherwise, conditions will be dry in the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairie crop regions. Temperatures will be bitter cold in the Midwest and eastern Prairies, and milder elsewhere. The Midwest cold will be further enhanced by strong northerly winds. Transportation issues will be significant due to blowing snow. Meanwhile, warm and dry conditions in the southwest Plains lead to some concern for winter wheat ahead of the post-dormancy phase.

Highs: Single digits/teens eastern Prairies, northern Midwest; 20s/30s western Prairies, northern Plains, remainder of the ...

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