Across the Corn Belt, frigid weather grips the upper Midwest, where Wednesday morning’s low temperatures plunged below 0°F as far south as central Minnesota and northeastern South Dakota. The late-season cold wave is occurring amid lambing and calving season; on March 26 in North Dakota, lambing was 56% complete, while calving was 33% complete. Meanwhile, snow showers dot the Great Lakes region, while cool, dry weather prevails across the southern Corn Belt.
On the Plains, dry weather accompanies below-normal temperatures.
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