Brownfield Ag Weather Today

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Variable amounts of rain should fall during the next 5 days across the Midwest, South, and East, with a gradual southward shift in shower activity. Five-day rainfall totals could reach 2 to 6 inches from central Texas into the lower Ohio Valley, while most other areas should receive only light precipitation. Meanwhile, dry weather will prevail across the northern half of the Plains and throughout the West; only a few light showers will occur in the western Corn Belt. Building heat will accompany the Western dryness; record-setting high temperatures should become widespread later in the week. By week’s end, late-summer heat will briefly expand to encompass portions of the High Plains. In contrast, generally cool conditions will dominate the mid-South and Midwest.

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