Brownfield Ag Weather Today

Lingering precipitation in the East, including some snow in northern sections of New York and New England, will largely end later Wednesday.  The remainder of the country should experience tranquil weather during the next several days, with a few exceptions.  Notably, a disturbance diving southward from western Canada will generate snow for Thanksgiving Day in the northern and central Rockies, as well as neighboring areas.  The weekend after Thanksgiving should feature no major storms, although some light precipitation may fall from the central and southern Plains into the lower Midwest and Northeast.  Meanwhile, temperatures will trend lower across much of the country during the next several days, although no frigid weather will occur.  However, by Saturday, November 25, high temperatures may remain below 32°F as far south as the central High Plains. 

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