Brownfield Ag Weather Today
For the remainder of the week, extreme heat will remain focused across the south-central U.S., with only slight expansion eastward into the Mississippi Delta. The Midwest should experience mostly near- or below-normal temperatures, except for somewhat hotter conditions in the southwestern Corn Belt. However, much of the northern and eastern Corn Belt will receive little or no rain during the next 5 days, with significant precipitation (locally 1 to 3 inches or more) oriented in a northwest-to-southeast band stretching from the middle Mississippi Valley into the southern Appalachians. A separate area of widespread showers (associated with the Southwestern monsoon circulation) will cover the Four Corners States, extending northeastward across the northwestern half of the Plains. Most other areas, including the south-central U.S. and the Far West, will remain dry.