NEWS
Fri Mar 14, 2014 06:03 AM CDT

Dry conditions will again cover all primary U.S. and Canadian Prairie crop regions Friday. Temperatures will still be cool but milder than recently noted in the northern and eastern areas, and warm in the Southern Plains through the South. The only notable stressful temperature area is the far Southeast, where freeze warnings are in effect. Conditions will favor snow melt in the Midwest and Prairies, along with field work in the southern tier. Southwestern Plains wheat and pastures continue with concerning dry patterns.

Highs: 20s northeastern Prairies; 30s/40s remainder of the Prairies, far Northern Plains, northern Midwest; 50s/60s northwestern, central ...

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