Snow storm in rural AmericaThe weather is active to start the week. A widespread swath of winter weather, an Arctic blast on its way from Canada and precipitation in parts of the parched West all highlight the ag weather outlook to start the week. The southern Corn Belt and mid-South could see ice as a frontal boundary pushes precipitation eastward, while snow that moved through parts of Kansas and Nebraska move into Iowa and in a line to New York, delivering as much as a foot of snow. Another shot of snow will move through nation’s center Tuesday, while the Southeast sees rain. Meanwhile, a quick-moving system will hit parts of California and the Pacific Northwest, with snow falling in the Sierra Nevada mountains, while it falls as rain closer to the coast. See more from the latest outlook.