NEWS
Thu Mar 27, 2014 06:20 AM CDT

Light rain will cover the southeastern Plains through most of the Midwest Thursday. We'll also see a round of light snow from the northern Great Lakes southwest into the central Plains. The rain and snow will offer some soil moisture benefit while curtailing field work. Southwest Plains areas will be dry and windy, causing more stress for wheat. Spotty rain showers Wednesday offered negligible benefit to wheat. Canadian Prairie crop areas will be dry with more chilly temperatures.

Highs: 20s Prairies; 30s/40s Northern Plains, northern Midwest; 50s/60s central Plains, western, central, eastern and southern Midwest; 70s Southern Plains, Texas Panhandle, ...

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