Brownfield Ag Weather Today

For the remainder of Friday, a weakening low-pressure system will drift north of the Great Lakes region.  Lingering cool conditions, gusty winds, and rain showers will affect the Great Lakes and Northeastern States.  Meanwhile, very warm weather will build across the nation’s mid-section, with weekend high temperatures expected to reach 90°F or higher as far north as the central Plains.  By early next week, warmth will cover the eastern U.S., except near the Canadian border.  Farther west, a Pacific storm system will move inland during the weekend across California, bearing rain, snow, cooler conditions, and gusty winds.  That system will arrive across the nation’s mid-section early next week with similar impacts, along with an increasing threat of severe thunderstorms.  Five-day precipitation totals could reach 1 to 2 inches across the upper Midwest and northern Plains, with some precipitation expected to fall as wind-driven snow in the latter region. 

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