NEWS
Fri Mar 28, 2014 05:58 AM CDT

Light to moderate rain will cover the eastern Midwest and southeastern U.S. Friday, along with light snow in portions of the western Plains, and moderate snow in eastern Canada. Other primary U.S. and Canadian crop regions will be dry. Temperatures will remain cold for the season in the northern areas, with southern areas very warm to hot. The next five days will continue this pattern of well-below-normal values in the north; seasonal to below normal central and east; and above normal in the southwestern crop areas. The overall trend is still unfavorable for widespread field work in many areas of ...

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