NEWS
Fri Jan 24, 2014 03:43 PM CST

Light to locally moderate snow was noted in the northern and central Midwest Friday afternoon. Coverage was heaviest in central Minnesota and western Michigan. Another area of wintry precipitation was noted in the central Gulf Coast, where freezing moisture and snow were featured in southern Louisiana, southern Mississippi and southern Alabama. Temperatures ranged from the teens in the Great Lakes and upper Ohio Valley to the upper 50s in the western and southwestern Plains. Midafternoon readings were almost twice as warm in Billings, Mont. (50 degrees Fahrenheit) compared to Lake Charles, La. (27 F).

A swath of light snow will ...

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