NEWS
Wed Mar 26, 2014 06:03 AM CDT

Light rain, less than 0.25 inch, is in store for western Texas Wednesday, and we’ll see some light snow in the Canadian Prairies. Other primary crop areas will be dry. Strong winds to 30-40 mph will sweep across the Southern and central Plains through the western Midwest, causing blowout damage to some dry wheat areas. Temperatures will show some moderation in the Midwest but will remain cool for the season, while the Plains have very warm readings and the Prairies stay cold.

Highs: 20s/30s Prairies, northern Midwest; 40s/50s northern Plains, western, central, eastern and southern Midwest, Delta, Southeast; 60s/70s remainder ...

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