Across the Corn Belt, mild, dry conditions prevail across the upper Midwest. Meanwhile, light snow is falling across much of the eastern Corn Belt, with some rain mixed in across the Ohio Valley.
On the Plains, isolated snow showers are confined to the northern tier of the region. Elsewhere, generally mild, dry weather has returned in the wake of recent, beneficial precipitation.
Across the Corn Belt, cold, breezy conditions are easing, following some of the most frigid weather of the season. However, precipitation is returning to the southwestern Corn Belt in the form of light snow.
On the Plains, mild weather prevails across Montana and the Dakotas, where winter wheat remains exposed to potential weather extremes.
Across the Corn Belt, the leading edge of an Arctic air mass is blasting across the upper Midwest, increasing livestock stress. In the Great Lakes region, snow accompanies the cold front.
Across the Corn Belt, a final day of mid-winter “warmth” prevails in advance of a strong cold front. Thursday’s high temperatures will approach 40° in much of the Midwest.
On the Plains, beneficial light precipitation—mostly snow—is developing across Texas’ northern panhandle and neighboring areas.
Across the Heartland, much colder weather prevails.
Unseasonably mild weather will continue through the rest of the week. High temperatures today will run almost 30-degrees above average.
A weak cool front will move through while bringing a few rain showers tonight.
Across the Corn Belt, mild, dry weather prevails, except for snow showers in the upper Great Lakes region. Generally minor lowland flooding persists in a few river basins across the eastern Corn Belt.
On the Plains, unusually warm weather prevails. Monday’s high temperatures will exceed 60°F as far north as western South Dakota.
Across the Corn Belt, mild weather prevails. Rain is falling in the Ohio Valley, maintaining soggy conditions in much of the soft red winter wheat belt.
On the Plains, isolated showers linger across northeastern Texas, but mild, dry weather covers the remainder of the nation's mid-section.
Stormy weather prevails across the northern two-thirds of the western U.S. into next week.
Across the Corn Belt, snow is falling across parts of the upper Midwest. Tuesday morning’s snow depths include 3 inches at both Des Moines, Iowa, and La Crosse, Wisconsin. Meanwhile, showers and thunderstorms are affecting the southern and eastern Corn Belt.
On the Plains, cold, dry air is settling southward.