Extreme cold causes widespread winterkill in U.S. wheat belt

Extreme cold continues to grip most of the central and eastern U.S.  Lows on New Year’s Day bottomed out to -30 to -40 degrees in the Northern Plains. Snow cover was sufficient in the northern Plains and the northern Midwest to protect wheat from damage; however, snow cover was very thin in the central and southern Plains and southern Midwest.

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