Brownfield Ag Weather Today
Lingering showers associated with the remnants of Tropical Storm Ophelia should end later Monday across southern New England and the mid-Atlantic. Meanwhile, Pacific storminess will struggle to push inland across the Northwest, with only light precipitation expected east of the Cascades. Other areas of the West will experience dry weather for the remainder of the week. The nation’s mid-section will also receive negligible precipitation, while mid- to late-week temperatures will reach 90°F or higher throughout the southern half of the Plains. In the Midwest, showers currently affecting the upper Great Lakes region will slowly shift southeastward, reaching the Ohio Valley around mid-week. Elsewhere, disorganized tropical moisture will be focused across the lower Southeast, with daily showers expected in Florida and environs. In fact, 5-day rainfall totals should reach 2 to 6 inches or more across Florida’s peninsula.