Brownfield Ag Weather Today
Heavy precipitation will persist over the remainder of Tuesday in the Pacific Northwest, followed by several days of lingering rain and snow showers. Late in the week, somewhat cooler air will trail the Northwestern storminess, with those cooler conditions also covering the remainder of the western U.S. and eventually reaching the nation’s mid-section. Meanwhile, mild weather will continue nearly nationwide for the remainder of the week, aside from a brief spell of seasonably cold weather in the Midwest and Northeast. Elsewhere, warmth across the Plains should peak on Wednesday or Thursday, with temperatures expected to top 70°F as far north as the central High Plains. For much of the week, significant storminess will be confined to the Pacific Northwest, where additional precipitation totals could reach 4 to 10 inches. Late in the week, however, a developing storm system over the central and southern Plains could lead to snow in the central Rockies and environs, as well as a significant rainfall event unfolding across the South and lower Midwest.