Brownfield Ag Weather Today

A storm system will finally exit the eastern seaboard, allowing for a brief respite from damp, chilly conditions over the eastern third of the nation.  However, another area of low pressure emerging onto the southern High Plains will drift east into the Ohio Valley by the weekend, renewing the threat of rain to close out the week from the southern Plains to the central and southern Atlantic Coast states.  In the warm, humid air south of the storm’s center, locally heavy rain (2 inches or more) and severe thunderstorms are possible across the south-central U.S.  While the rain will ease drought in parts of Oklahoma, the core central Plains’ Moderate to Extreme Drought in Kansas will largely miss out.  Meanwhile, Western warmth and dryness will continue, with temperatures again topping 100°F at lower elevations of the Desert Southwest; however, rain and mountain snow showers will precede and accompany sharply cooler weather over the nation’s northwestern quadrant. 

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