Brownfield Ag Weather Today

In route to a weekend strike on Atlantic Canada, Hurricane Fiona will pass well east of the U.S. East Coast.  Meanwhile, a tropical wave over the southeastern Caribbean Sea will need to be monitored as it moves west-northwestward, likely becoming a named storm by early next week while approaching the Gulf of Mexico.  Across the U.S. mainland, an active pattern across the North will feature scattered showers associated with a pair of fast-moving cold fronts.  By early next week, however, any residual showers will be confined to the Great Lakes and Northeastern States.  In the wake of both cold frontal passages, scattered frost may occur across the North.  In contrast, hot, mostly dry weather will continue across the Deep South, especially in the western Gulf Coast region.  By early next week, warm, dry weather will dominate the country, except for lingering cool conditions in the Midwest and Northeast. 

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