NEWS
Fri Apr 4, 2014 02:01 PM CDT

Snow squalls continued Friday afternoon in the northern Great Lakes, particularly in Wisconsin, and scattered thunderstorms were noted from the eastern Great Lakes to the Deep South. Snow showers were also featured in central Saskatchewan. Other primary U.S. and Canadian Prairie crop regions were dry. Temperatures ranged from the mid-20s in scattered areas of the northern Midwest and southern Prairies to the mid-80s across the Southeast.

Saturday will be dry in all areas except for the eastern Prairies, where freezing precipitation and snow will occur. By Saturday evening, light showers will form in the far southwest Plains and the Gulf ...

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