Brownfield Ag Weather Today

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Persistently and increasingly cold weather across the nation’s mid-section will limit winter wheat emergence and establishment, especially in areas experiencing drought. During the weekend and early next week, sub-zero temperatures will occur across portions of the northern High Plains, while hard freezes (28° or below) will extend as far south as the northern panhandle of Texas. Unusually cold air will also engulf the Northwest, but warmth will linger in the Southeast and Desert Southwest. Through Thursday, another significant, early-season snow event will unfold across the North, from Montana into the upper Great Lakes region. Toward week’s end, additional snow may spread across the northwestern and north-central U.S. Meanwhile, 5-day rainfall totals could reach 1 to 2 inches across the lower Midwest. Elsewhere, locally heavy showers should further expand in the eastern Gulf Coast region, while mostly dry weather will prevail from California to Texas.

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