Brownfield Ag Weather Today

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Friday morning, lingering freezes in the East should be limited to parts of the Ohio Valley and the middle and northern Atlantic States. Late-week and weekend freezes will also affect the northwestern half of the Plains and the northern Corn Belt. By early next week, however, markedly warmer weather will arrive across much of the central and eastern U.S. By early next week, temperatures on the Plains could briefly reach 90° as far north as Kansas. Meanwhile, cooler air will overspread the western U.S., starting during the weekend across the Northwest. With the changing temperatures will come late-week rain across the South, where 5-day totals could reach 1 to 3 inches or more. One-inch rainfall totals could extend as far north as the southern Corn Belt. Meanwhile in the West, frequent rain and snow showers could help to improve topsoil moisture but will have little impact on water-supply prospects.

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