Brownfield Ag Weather Today

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A nearly stationary cold front over the nation’s mid-section will lead to moderate to heavy showers and thunderstorms from eastern Texas into the eastern Corn Belt. The front will resume its eastward track over the weekend, leading to scattered light showers over the Southeast with somewhat heavier rain in the Northeast. Dry weather will prevail from the Plains to the Pacific Coast, although a disturbance may bring some rain and mountain snow to the Pacific Northwest by Sunday. Below-normal temperatures will follow the aforementioned front across the central and eastern U.S., though unseasonable warmth will quickly return to the northern half of the Plains over the weekend.

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