Brownfield Ag Weather Today

The spring storm currently moving into the southern Plains poses a threat of strong to severe storms and flash flooding over the next few days as it treks eastward across the lower Mississippi Valley.  Three-day rainfall totaling greater than 1 inch is forecast from the southeastern Plains and western Gulf Coast into the Appalachians, with amounts greater than 4 inches possible from East Texas to southern Alabama.  In contrast, sunny, progressively milder weather is forecast for the West through the end of the week, promoting planting of spring wheat, cotton, and rice.  Meanwhile, lingering showers will likely maintain a relatively slow pace of corn and soybean planting in the Midwest. 

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