NEWS
Wed Jan 22, 2014 06:04 AM CST

Cold, dry and windy conditions will cover the eastern Canadian Prairies, Northern Plains, and Midwest. Moisture will be confined to snow in the Great Lakes. A milder and dry pattern is in store for the Southern Plains, with chilly conditions in the South and Southeast. This pattern will continue to stress livestock and transportation in areas with the lower temperatures. Meanwhile, concern will keep building over a lack of moisture in the western half of the country.

Highs: Subzero to single digits central and eastern Prairies, northern Midwest; teens/20s western Prairies, northern Plains, western, central and eastern Midwest; 30s/40s western, ...

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