Brownfield Ag Weather Today

A sharp, north-to-south temperature gradient will remain in place during the next few days, with bitterly cold weather confined to the nation’s northern tier and record-setting warmth limited to the Deep South.  Meanwhile, a series of relatively weak weather systems will be followed during the weekend by the arrival of a potent storm along the Pacific Coast.  The Western storm should result in another multi-day period of heavy snow in the Cascades and Sierra Nevada and heavy rain and high winds along the Pacific Coast.  Precipitation will eventually spread inland across the remainder of the West, including the Rockies.  Elsewhere, late-week snow may blanket parts of the Midwest, while 5-day rainfall totals could reach 1 to 2 inches from the southeastern Plains and mid-South into the Tennessee Valley and central Appalachians. 

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