Brownfield Ag Weather Today
May 4, 2021 By firstname.lastname@example.org Filed Under: Ag Weather, Brownfield Ag Weather Today, weather
As the rest of the week progresses, cool air will make a substantial southeastward push across the Plains, Midwest, and Northeast. Scattered to widespread frost may occur during the mid- to late-week period from the northern Plains into the Great Lakes region. Meanwhile, warmth should linger or soon return across the Deep South. Precipitation, which could total 1 to 3 inches during the next 5 days across the mid-South, lower Midwest, and Southeast, will be focused by a series of disturbances crossing the country. Locally severe thunderstorms, bearing high winds, large hail, and isolated tornadoes, could accompany some of the rainfall. In contrast, little or no rain will fall during the next 5 days from California to the Rio Grande Valley, while only light showers will dampen the parched northern Plains.
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