Brownfield Ag Weather Today
July 27, 2020 By email@example.com Filed Under: Ag Weather, Brownfield Ag Weather Today, weather
The remnants of former Hurricane Hanna will continue to weaken but may produce heavy rain (4 to 8 inches or more) and flash flooding over parts of eastern Texas. Elsewhere in the tropics, Hurricane Douglas is approaching Hawaii and should cross the island chain as a weakening hurricane or a tropical storm. Meanwhile, the complex interaction between the Southwestern monsoon circulation and a Northern cold front could result in 1- to 3-inch rainfall totals from the Four Corners States into the upper Midwest. In contrast, many other areas of the country—including the Pacific Coast States, Great Basin, northern Rockies, and southern Plains—will remain mostly dry during the next 5 days. Heat will begin to build late in the weekend and early next week across the West, while a brief hot spell will occur across the Midwest and Northeast prior to a cold front’s passage.
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