Brownfield Ag Weather Today

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Above-normal temperatures will continue across much of the country, although record-setting warmth will be gradually suppressed southward. Meanwhile, a series of fast-moving disturbances will traverse the nation’s northern tier, followed early next week by a storm system that will follow a more southerly track across the western and central U.S. The Northern weather systems will produce considerable wind but only light precipitation, though some locally heavy rain showers may develop late in the weekend from the mid-South into the Ohio Valley. Next week’s storm has the potential to deliver some drought-easing rain and snow in the West—and may eventually ease Southeastern dryness. Five-day precipitation totals could total 1 to 2 inches or more in the Pacific Northwest and from the Mississippi Delta into the eastern Corn Belt, while accumulating snow will fall during the weekend across the nation’s northern tier and early next week in parts of the West. In contrast, little or no precipitation will fall during the next 5 days across Florida’s peninsula and the central and southern High Plains.

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