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“Quiet” weather, for now, on this first, full day of Spring; chilly for most of the Midwestern Corn Belt

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Across the Corn Belt, dry weather prevails, aside from snow showers in the vicinity of the Great Lakes.  Cold air has settled across the northern Corn Belt, with Wednesday morning’s minimum temperatures falling below 10°F in northern Minnesota.  With a storm brewing, season-to-date snowfall totals that have not yet reached one foot could soon get a boost in locations such as Mobridge, South Dakota (6.5 inches), and Rochester, Minnesota (11.9 inches).

On the Plains, cold air is edging into northern Montana and the Dakotas, setting the stage for a winter storm. 

“Quiet” weather, for now, on this first, full day of Spring; chilly for most of the Midwestern Corn Belt