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Winter-like across much of the Heartland on this last, full day of Winter

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Across the Corn Belt, a high-pressure system centered over the middle Missouri Valley is resulting in a sharp cold snap, with Monday morning’s minimum temperatures across the upper Midwest generally ranging from 10 to 20°F.  Freezes were noted early Monday throughout the Corn Belt, with blustery conditions and a few snow showers occurring from the Mississippi Valley eastward.

On the Plains, dry weather accompanies below-normal temperatures.  Monday morning’s low temperatures fell below 32°F as far south as the northern panhandle of Texas, while readings below 20°F were common in Nebraska and the Dakotas. 

Winter-like across much of the Heartland on this last, full day of Winter