Brownfield Ag Weather Today
A storm system crossing the Ohio Valley will race northeastward, reaching New England on Thursday. Snow from the lower Midwest into the Northeast will gradually diminish as the storm departs, while the threat of severe thunderstorms will end after the storm’s trailing cold front clears the southern Atlantic Coast. Subsequently, much of the country will experience tranquil weather. However, a pair of fast-moving cold fronts will generate windy weather and scattered snow showers, mainly across the northern U.S. A significant surge of cold air will trail the second front, with weekend temperatures plunging below 0°F across the northern Plains and upper Midwest. Late in the weekend, temperatures below -20°F may occur from Montana to northern Minnesota. As the cold outbreak unfolds, significantly below-normal temperatures should overspread the Plains, Midwest, and much of the West.