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Weather report: Very cool in the Corn Belt

In the West, very cool air continues to settle across the northern Rockies, Pacific Coast States, and the Great Basin. On the Plains, small clusters of thunderstorms are developing in a few areas, including tornado-battered Moore, Oklahoma. In the Corn Belt, very cool weather and scattered showers continue to limit a return to fieldwork. FULL STORY »

Weather report: Thunderstorms dot the southern Plains

On the Plains, recovery efforts continue in the wake of the tragic tornado in Moore, Oklahoma. Thunderstorms have re-developed across portions of the southern Plains, including tornado-ravaged areas south of Oklahoma City. FULL STORY »

Weather report: Rain spreads across the Corn Belt

In the West, warmth is returning to the Pacific Coast States and northern Rockies. On the Plains, heavy showers are maintaining the threat of flooding across the northern tier of the region, primarily in North Dakota and eastern Montana. In the Corn Belt, corn and soybean planting activities have been slowed or halted by showers and locally severe thunderstorms, except in Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio. FULL STORY »

Weather report: Thundershowers in the upper Midwest

In the West, cool air is expanding eastward, although warmth lingers across the central and southern Rockies. On the Plains, a cold front crossing Montana marks the leading edge of cooler air. In the Corn Belt, thundershowers are halting fieldwork in the upper Midwest. In the South, showers and thunderstorms are slowing or halting fieldwork in the northern Mississippi Delta and the Tennessee Valley. FULL STORY »

Drought far from over in western plains

The nation’s persistent drought is worsening in Texas, New Mexico and Colorado as it continues to spread to the west. FULL STORY »

Weather report: Northern Texas recovering after tornado outbreak

In the West, temperatures are making the transition to below-normal levels in the northern Rockies, northern Great Basin, and Pacific Coast States. On the Plains, parts of northeastern Texas are in recovery mode, following yesterday’s tornado outbreak—the nation’s deadliest in more than a year. In the Corn Belt, warm weather continues to promote an acceleration of fieldwork. In the South, widely scattered showers are causing only minor fieldwork delays. FULL STORY »

Weather report: Very warm in the Corn Belt

In the West, generally warm, dry weather continues to favor fieldwork and rapid crop development. On the Plains, a few showers are developing, mainly in parts of South Dakota and Texas. In the Corn Belt, very warm weather continues to promote an acceleration of fieldwork, including corn planting. In the South, a few showers and thunderstorms are developing across southern and eastern Texas. FULL STORY »

Weather report: Very warm across the central Plains

In the West, warm, dry weather favors fieldwork and crop growth. On the Plains, very warm weather continues to promote an acceleration of fieldwork and crop development. In the Corn Belt, cool weather lingers across Michigan and Ohio, accompanied by scattered showers. In the South, frost advisories were in effect this morning as far south as northern and western North Carolina. FULL STORY »

Weather report: Warm and dry in the West

In the West, warm, dry weather favors a rapid pace of fieldwork and crop development. On the Plains, much warmer weather accompanies scattered rain showers in the Dakotas. In the Corn Belt, frost and freeze advisories were in effect early today from the Mississippi River eastward. In the South, cool but dry weather favors planting activities and other spring fieldwork. FULL STORY »

Drought marches to the West

Despite the drought showing signs of improvement over much of nation’s thirsty heartland, the latest Drought Monitor report shows signs of worsening further south and west. FULL STORY »

Weather report: Storms drench the Plains

In the West, snow is falling in parts of the central Rockies, while a few rain showers dot the Intermountain region. On the Plains, recent and ongoing thunderstorms have produced localized wind and hail damage in Kansas, Oklahoma, northern Texas, and southeastern Colorado. In the Corn Belt, cool weather is returning to the upper Midwest, while rain showers stretch from the Missouri to Lake Superior. In the South, showers and locally severe thunderstorms are overspreading parts of Arkansas and Missouri. FULL STORY »

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