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A seasonally mild pattern for most; unsettled weather lingers across the Midwestern Corn Belt

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Across the Corn Belt, rain and snow showers linger, mainly from the middle Mississippi Valley into the lower Great Lakes region.  In recent days, cooler Midwestern weather and scattered showers have curbed off-season agricultural activities, although temperatures are still at near- or above-normal levels for this time of year.  Friday’s Midwestern maximum temperatures should generally range from 35 to 40°F.   

On the Plains, a lack of sustained cold weather continues to benefit overwintering wheat. 

A seasonally mild pattern for most; unsettled weather lingers across the Midwestern Corn Belt