NEWS
Thu May 8, 2014 05:58 AM CDT

Scattered showers and thundershowers during Thursday will affect field work over the northeast and southeast plains and through the western Midwest region. Light rain may linger over the northwest part of the central plains wheat belt but the balance of the wheat areas remain dry. Dryness remains of much concerns in hard red winter wheat areas. Mainly dry, warm weather favors field work and planting through the eastern Midwest, the Delta and in the southeast today. Cool, damp conditions for the northwest plains and the Canadian Prairies at this time, likely keeping field work slow.

Highs Thursday: 40s and 50s ...

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