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Brownfield Ag Weather Today

The core of the eastern heat wave will push slowly southward over the weekend, expand, and intensify.  By Sunday, daytime temperatures in the upper 90s to as high as 100°F will be prevalent from the Mid-Atlantic States into the Southeast, extending westward across the Gulf Coast States onto the southern Plains.  Meanwhile, a stationary front currently draped across the north-central U.S. will begin to push southward as a cold front, producing moderate to heavy rain (1-3 inches, locally more) across the western Corn Belt, Great Lakes, and New England.  This front may bring a reprieve from the heat as far south as the Ohio Valley and Mid-Atlantic, but rain chances farther south will be minimal.  Meanwhile, another dome of high heat building over the West will begin to shift eastward, settling onto the High Plains by Monday.  The highest rain chances across the South and West will be confined to a weak tropical disturbance along the Southeast Coast as well as monsoon showers in the Four Corners Region. 

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