Brownfield Ag Weather Today

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Aside from lingering showers across the South and East, dry weather will prevail nearly nationwide during the next few days. However, late in the weekend and early next week, scattered to widespread showers will develop across the northern Plains and the Midwest, in advance of an unusually strong cold front. During the first half of next week, freezes will end the growing season across the northern High Plains. Freezes will also affect the northern and central Rockies, while scattered frost and light freeze may occur as far south as the central High Plains and as far east as the far upper Midwest (e.g. eastern Dakotas). In stark contrast, a late-season heat wave will grip the Far West, including the Pacific Coast States. During the weekend and early next week, temperatures could peak near 110° as far north as California’s Sacramento Valley.

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