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Out-of-season warmth from southern Planes to southern Corn Belt

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Out-of-season warmth from southern Planes to southern Corn Belt

Beyond the Corn Belt, there is some rain and snow in the upper areas of the Great Lakes. In other parts of the Midwest, predominantly dry weather is accompanied by near-normal or higher-than-normal temperatures. Friday’s high temperatures should reach over 75 degrees Fahrenheit in southwestern Corn Belt, including most of Missouri, and 65 degrees Fahrenheit north to the Mississippi River basin.

On the plains, record warmth has returned, with a dry and refreshing condition. Friday’s high temperatures can reach more than 65 ° F north to eastern Nebraska and should exceed 85 ° F in parts of Oklahoma and Texas. This further reduces the water content of the topsoil of major winter wheat producing areas and increases the threat of wildfire. Most of the southern part of the High Plains had the last measurable rain on October 12, more than 10 weeks ago.

In the south, the recent chilly conditions east of the Mississippi River have been replaced by a milder environment. In contrast, Friday’s high temperatures are returning warmth throughout the western Gulf region, which should range from 75 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit.

In the west, moisture is endorheic in northern and central California. This is the beginning of a storm spell that can snow as much as 7-9 feet in the Sierra Nevada Mountains by Sunday. The wider western part of the western slopes of the Rocky Mountains has received some rain and snow. According to the US Drought Monitor on December 21, 93% of the western regions of the 11 states are experiencing drought, and the storm administration should provide some relief.



Out-of-season warmth from southern Planes to southern Corn Belt

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