Brownfield Ag Weather Today

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A storm system currently centered over southern California will turn toward the northeast and accelerate. The storm should cross the central Plains Thursday and reach the Great Lakes region early Friday. By week’s end, the storm’s trailing cold front will stall near the Gulf Coast. Five-day rainfall totals could reach 1 to 3 inches or more from the southern Plains into the Ohio Valley. The rain could induce more river flooding, especially in the lower Ohio Valley. Farther north, a spring snowstorm will unfold from the central Rockies into the upper Great Lakes region, primarily on Thursday. The snow, which should be heaviest across western Nebraska and portions of neighboring states, may briefly increase livestock stress but should provide winter wheat with moisture and insulation.

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