Brownfield Ag Weather Today
Record-setting heat across the northern Plains will abruptly end; by Friday, high temperatures will remain below 60°F in parts of Montana. Meanwhile, cooler air will make a gradual entrance across the West, with 100-degree temperatures lingering into the weekend in parts of California’s Sacramento Valley. Meanwhile, eastern Pacific Hurricane Kay will approach southern California while rapidly weakening on Friday and Saturday. Rainfall associated with the decaying former hurricane could lead to flash flooding in southern California and the Desert Southwest. A separate area of heavy rain will affect the Southeast, where 5-day totals could reach 1 to 5 inches or more. Dry weather will prevail elsewhere, except for some late-week showers across the Plains and Midwest.