Brownfield Ag Weather Today

For the remainder of Tuesday, rain (locally 1 to 2 inches) will fall in northern New England, leading to an increased flood risk in areas recently soaked by the remnants of Hurricane Lee or still saturated from a record-wet summer.  Meanwhile, most of the remainder of the country—excluding southern Florida—will experience dry weather through the middle of the week.  At that time, however, a slow-moving storm system will begin to take shape across the Plains and Northwest.  A few thundershowers may develop as early as mid-week across the central and southern Plains, but the bulk of the precipitation (1 to 2 inches or more) will occur on Thursday and Friday across northern sections of the Plains and Rockies.  Cooler weather will accompany the Northern precipitation, while very warm weather will continue through week’s end in much of the southern U.S., especially across the southern Plains and western Gulf Coast region. 

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