Brownfield Ag Weather Today

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A slow-moving cold front will generate scattered showers and thunderstorms from the Pacific Northwest into the upper Midwest. Five-day rainfall totals should range from 1 to 2 inches across portions of the upper Midwest and northern sections of the Rockies and High Plains. Most of the remainder of the country, including New England and a broad area from California to the Mississippi Delta, will remain mostly dry through week’s end. Heat in the nation’s mid-section will shift eastward, later reaching the Great Lakes and Northeastern States. Elsewhere, cooler weather will arrive on the Plains, but heat will develop during the second half of the week in the Pacific Coast States.

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