Brownfield Ag Weather Today

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The rare interaction between a winter-like storm and a hurricane (Zeta) will generate at least 2 to 4 inches of rain across a broad area from the mid-South and the lower Mississippi Valley into the central and southern Appalachians and the mid-Atlantic. Zeta could adversely affect some unharvested summer crops, including sugarcane and open-boll cotton. Elsewhere, wintry weather on the southern Plains will end by today, while little or no precipitation will fall during the next 5 days across the West, the northern half of the Plains, and the upper Midwest. Temperatures will continue to slowly moderate, with warmer-than-normal weather gradually returning across much of the West.

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