Brownfield Ag Weather Today
A tropical air mass will to lead to disorganized albeit locally heavy showers and thunderstorms over the nation’s southeastern quadrant, but rain amounts will be highly variable. Furthermore, a pair of disturbances may enhance rainfall rates in the southwestern Delta and southern Atlantic Coast, though the former is expected to rapidly dissipate as it drifts ashore. Meanwhile, a weakening cold front currently bisecting the Corn Belt will move slowly east, producing light to moderate showers from the Midwest into the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic region. Heat will rapidly return behind the front over the holiday weekend across the central Plains, Midwest, and central and northern Atlantic Coast states. Farther west, monsoon moisture funneling northward over the Four Corners region and central Plains will lead to locally heavy showers, while a disturbance will increase shower chances from the Pacific Northwest into northern portions of the Rockies and Plains by early next week. Seasonably dry but cooler-than-normal weather will linger from the Great Basin to the Pacific Coast.