NEWS
Tue Apr 15, 2014 06:07 AM CDT

Dry conditions with a wide variety of temperatures are in store for the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairie crop regions Tuesday. Temperatures will be warm in the central and Southern Plains through the Delta and Southeast, while the Midwest, Northern Plains and Prairies continue with a well-below-normal trend. The cool Midwest conditions will hinder soil drying and warming for field work and corn planting. Early morning conditions in the southern Plains wheat areas show hard-freeze temperatures in the mid to upper 20s with light winds; at least some freeze damage to jointing wheat is likely, with the prospect of temperatures ...

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