NEWS
Fri Mar 7, 2014 12:53 PM CST

It was rainy and windy through the Carolinas, Virginia and the southern middle Atlantic region Friday. Snow showers were reported through the northern Great Lakes region and also from Colorado to western Nebraska. It was mainly dry elsewhere in key crop and livestock areas. Temperatures ranged from the single numbers in the Canadian Prairies to the upper 70s in southeast Florida and west Texas.

Saturday will feature light rain and some snow through the southeast Plains and the southwest part of the Midwest region. Mostly dry elsewhere in the key U.S. and Canadian Prairies crop and livestock areas.

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