Brownfield Ag Weather Today

Mostly dry will prevail across the nation’s southeastern quadrant, facilitating hurricane recovery efforts in Florida, the harvesting of cotton and peanuts in the Carolinas and Virginia, as well as summer crop harvesting from the lower Corn Belt to the Gulf Coast.  However, scattered showers will return to southern Florida later in the weekend.  Meanwhile, a strong but mostly dry cold front will usher sharply colder air into the Midwest today before sweeping across the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast Friday.  Behind the front, a large area of high pressure will maintain mostly dry weather east of the Mississippi Valley early next week.  Much of the remainder of the U.S. will experience dry weather, though scattered showers will linger from the southern Rockies onto the southern and central High Plains.  Much-above-normal temperatures will prevail west of the Rockies, while a late-week cool spell on the Plains will be followed by building warmth over the weekend. 

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