Brownfield Ag Weather Today

A low-pressure system drifting toward the western Gulf Coast region should enhance rainfall in coastal Texas, where rainfall could total 1 to 3 inches or more.  The system has the potential to become a tropical depression or tropical storm before making landfall.  Meanwhile, a cold front crossing the Plains, Midwest, and Northeast will generate scattered showers and thunderstorms, although most areas will receive 5-day rainfall totals of an inch or less.  Farther west, a resurgent Southwestern monsoon circulation could lead to heavy showers in the Four Corners States, with some locations receiving 1 to 2 inches or more.  Showers will also dot the lower Southeast, where 1- to 3-inch totals will be common.  Elsewhere, mostly dry weather will prevail during the next 5 days across the southern Plains and the Far West.  After Wednesday, extreme heat will remain mostly at bay during the next several days, although 100-degree heat may begin to advance northward early next week across the nation’s mid-section. 

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