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Livestock Wx for Sept. 4, 2018: Gordon on its way
It’s going to be an interesting week for rainfall in Oklahoma and Texas.
Tropical Storm (or Hurricane at landfall) Gordon will produce a strip of very heavy rain across the South-Central U.S. Some of this rain could brush the far northwest tip of Texas and perhaps the eastern quarter of Oklahoma.
Meanwhile, a slow-moving cold front will trigger scattered showers and storms over Southeast Oklahoma and much of Texas.
Areas closest to the front, looking like west-central Texas, could receive 2 or 3 inches of rainfall.
Rain this week will be welcome as much of the state is listed within some degree of drought. Several inches of rain over west-central Texas could help alleviate drought impacts.
September Livestock Weather Journal
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