NEWS
Wed Apr 23, 2014 06:03 AM CDT

Light to moderate rain is in store for the Northern and central Plains through western Midwest Wednesday. The rain will benefit soil moisture but will also cause disruptions in spring field work. Drier conditions will cover the Southern Plains, eastern Midwest, Delta and Southeast, allowing for planting progress but continuing with drought stress in the southwestern Plains. Strong winds are also in store for the Plains and western Midwest. We’ll also see a round of showers in the Canadian Prairies as well during this midweek time frame.

Highs: 50s/60s Prairies, Northern Plains, all but southern Midwest; 70s/80s elsewhere with 90s ...

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