Brownfield Ag Weather Today

Building Western heat will lead to melting of high-elevation Northwestern snowpack and subsequent river rises.  However, without precipitation to accompany the melting snow, any Northwestern flooding should be minor.  Meanwhile, the Southwestern monsoon circulation will remain active, with heavy showers expected in portions of the Four Corners States.  Farther east, cooler Midwestern weather will benefit summer crops, although rain showers will be scattered and mostly confined to the western Corn Belt.  Elsewhere, ongoing Southeastern heat could lead to further declines in soil moisture availability, except in portions of the Atlantic Coast States where heavy showers occur. 

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