Snow storm in rural AmericaAs temperatures begin to slowly rebound and farmers and ranchers start to recover from the Arctic blast that dropped temperatures to around zero as far south as Texas, a system delivering light snow and rain to the eastern seaboard looks to be the only major moisture-bearing weather pattern in the U.S. for the next couple of days. Moving into the weekend, a high-pressure system will help temperatures moderate until Sunday when low pressure will create the potential for rain and snow in the western and central Corn Belt. After a few days of more seasonal, mild temperatures, the next major potential storm system to hit the Midwest and mid-South looks to be arriving around midweek next week, though it’s unsure how strong that system will be once it’s formed. See more of the latest ag weather outlook.