Brownfield Ag Weather Today

A developing storm system will produce widespread precipitation in the South, East, and lower Midwest, starting across the south-central U.S. on Thanksgiving Day.  Wet snow may blanket portions of the southern High Plains as the event unfolds, while storm-total rainfall could reach 2 to 4 inches or more from the southeastern Plains to the southern Appalachians.  However, there will be a sharp northwestern precipitation cutoff, likely extending from western Oklahoma to southern Michigan.  As a result, mostly dry weather will prevail during the next 5 days from California to the northwestern half of the Plains and the upper Midwest.  Elsewhere, the Northwest will experience a gradual increase in storminess, starting during the weekend after Thanksgiving. 

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