NEWS
Thu Apr 3, 2014 05:45 AM CDT

Moderate to heavy rain is in store for the eastern Midwest Thursday with light to moderate rain in the western Midwest, central and eastern Plains, and the northern Delta. We'll also see a swath of snow from the far western Plains north to the northern sectors of the Midwest. The southwestern Plains will receive very little precipitation from this system. The rain and snow in the Midwest will bring further disruptions to spring field work, while the drought in the southwestern Plains continues to stress wheat and pastures.

Highs: 30s/40s Canadian Prairies, northern, western and central Plains, northern and western ...

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