Brownfield Ag Weather Today

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Sally, a category 1 hurricane, has made landfall along the central Gulf Coast region of the U.S. Hazards along and near Sally’s path include historic rainfall (10 to 20 inches, with isolated totals near 30 inches), a dangerous storm surge (6 to 9 feet from the mouth of the Mississippi River to Mobile Bay, Alabama), wind damage consistent with a low-end hurricane, and isolated tornadoes. However, Sally’s primary rain and wind impacts should unfold east of major rice and cotton production areas in the Mississippi Delta—and west of important crop areas in the Atlantic coastal plain. Meanwhile, a cool weather pattern will become established across the eastern half of the country, while summer-like heat will prevail in much of the West. Elsewhere, mostly dry weather will prevail during the next 5 days from California to the central and southern Rockies, as well as the Plains, Midwest, and mid-South, while scattered to widespread showers will develop in the Northwest.

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