Brownfield Ag Weather Today

In New England, storm impacts—including snow showers and howling winds—will linger through Wednesday.  Meanwhile, a storm system currently traversing the West will cross the central Plains on Thursday and reach the Great Lakes States by Friday.  A band of accumulating snow can be expected on March 16-17 from parts of Nebraska into the upper Great Lakes region.  Rain across the South could become locally heavy, with 1 to 3 inches possible.  In the storm’s wake, cold weather will return across much of the central and eastern U.S.  On March 19-20, freezes could again reach deep into the South, including parts of Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia.  Sub-0°F temperatures may occur during the weekend in portions of the north-central U.S.  During the next few days, much of the West will get a reprieve from stormy conditions, although rain and snow showers will return during the weekend across the Pacific Coast States and the Southwest. 

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