Brownfield Ag Weather Today
Locally heavy showers in the Ohio Valley and environs will end later Thursday. However, rain may linger through the weekend or beyond across Florida’s peninsula, where 5-day totals could reach 1 to 4 inches. Farther north, rainfall associated with a cold front will graze the upper Midwest on Friday; otherwise, dry weather during the next 5 days across the Corn Belt will allow summer crops to continue drying down. Elsewhere, stormy weather currently affecting the Pacific Northwest will gradually shift southward and eastward. By early next week, scattered showers may reach as far east as the Plains. In advance of the approaching showers, record-setting warmth will continue, with temperatures consistently reaching 90°F or higher as far north as the western Corn Belt.