NEWS
Thu Mar 6, 2014 05:53 AM CST

Rain, showers and thundershowers are expected Thursday through central and northern Florida and the southeast U.S. region. This rain may be locally heavy, leading to transportation delays. However, snow or ice will be fairly limited with this system. Showers and some light rain through the southern Delta region Thursday. Chance for a little light snow through the Northern Plains. Drier elsewhere in key crop and livestock areas.

Highs Thursday: Low single numbers to low 20s Canadian Prairies, low 30s to middle 40s Northern Plains, 40s to near 70 central and Southern Plains, 20s to low 40s Midwest, 40s to near ...

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