Brownfield Ag Weather Today
Smoky, hazy conditions and air-quality reductions associated with Canadian wildfires will continue to affect portions of the East and Midwest for the next few days. Late in the week, however, a subtle pattern change could result in much-needed rain in parts of the Midwest and Northeast, with 5-day totals locally reaching 1 to 2 inches in the southern and eastern Corn Belt. Farther west, rain should return across portions of the Plains, with some of the highest totals (locally 1 to 3 inches) expected in Montana. Elsewhere, unsettled, showery weather will prevail from northern California to the northern Rockies, while dry weather will cover the Desert Southwest. During the weekend, triple-digit heat (temperatures of 100°F or higher) will arrive across parts of Texas, especially in the Rio Grande Valley.