Brownfield Ag Weather Today
A low-pressure system east of Florida will become better organized before drifting northward toward the middle Atlantic Coast by the end of the week. Regardless of tropical development, mid-Atlantic impacts may include heavy rain, gusty winds, and heavy surf. Farther west, a slow-moving storm system will result in a multi-day precipitation event across the nation’s mid-section. Five-day rainfall totals could reach 1 to 3 inches or more across the northern Plains and western Corn Belt. Similar totals should occur from the southeastern Plains into the mid-South. In contrast, little or no rain will fall in several areas, including the Ohio and Tennessee Valleys, as well as the nation’s southwestern quadrant. Elsewhere, summerlike heat will be mostly confined to the Deep South, where temperatures will continue to regularly top 95°F through the weekend in much of Texas and the Desert Southwest.