NEWS
Fri Apr 4, 2014 05:38 AM CDT

Moderate to heavy rain will move through the Delta and eastern Midwest Friday, and the northern Midwest will see moderate to heavy snow, along with blustery winds. The rest of the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairie crop regions will be dry. Rain and snow in the Midwest this week will delay spring field work through the weekend. Southern Plains areas had very little precipitation in the hardest-hit drought areas. Milder conditions are in store for the weekend with a few light showers in the southwestern Plains.

Highs: 30s eastern Prairies, northern Midwest; 40s/50s western Prairies, northern, central and southwestern Plains, ...

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