Summer heat headed to the Midwest

Summer heat headed to the Midwest

A National Weather Service meteorologist says the first blast of summer heat is headed to the Midwest.

Ed Shimon tells Brownfield temperatures are expected to begin climbing later this week.

“From the Great Lakes all the way down to Kansas. So, it’s a big swath, Ohio River Valley, Mid-Mississippi River valley. You know, even into the central Plains and Texas.”  He says, “So basically the eastern, you know, well, all east of the Rockies is all above normal.”

He says farmers should take precautions.

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