NEWS
Fri Mar 28, 2014 04:14 PM CDT

Moderate to heavy rain was noted in the southeastern U.S. Friday afternoon, and thunderstorms with potential severe weather cropped up in the southeastern Plains. These storms were mostly out of the hard red winter wheat area, however. Western and Northern Plains locales also had precipitation in the form of spotty light snow. The rest of the primary U.S. and Canadian crop areas were dry. Temperatures ranged from the upper teens in southern Manitoba to the low 90s in southern Texas.

During Saturday, light to moderate rain will run from the eastern Midwest through the Southeast, producing additional delays in field ...

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