Brownfield Ag Weather Today
The first half of the week will feature generally tranquil weather, although cold conditions in the Midwest and Northeast will contrast with the return of near- or above-normal temperatures in much of the South and West. Additionally, snow squalls downwind of the Great Lakes will likely lead to disruptive snow accumulations in climatologically favored areas. During the mid- to late-week period, cold air will return across the western and central U.S., as a storm system develops over the south-central U.S. and heads toward the Northeast. That storm system will lead to an active weather pattern late in the week across the South, East, and lower Midwest, with 1- to 3-inch rainfall totals expected in the Mississippi Delta and neighboring areas. Rainfall could exceed an inch as far north as the Ohio Valley. Elsewhere, periods of mid- to late-week precipitation will affect the West, particularly along the northern Pacific Coast, while dry weather will prevail during the next 5 days across the northern and central Plains and the upper Midwest.