Texas Drought Conditions Worsen!

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DROUGHT INDEX: The latest Texas Drought Monitor has been released for the Brazos Valley and the Lone Star State. Due to a recent lack of rainfall and warmer weather for late November and early December, drought conditions continue to worsen for the Brazos Valley.
 
A MODERATE DROUGHT has returned for Brazos, Northern Grimes, Madison, Eastern Milam, Robertson, Northwest Walker, and Washington Counties in the Brazos Valley. Local burn bans have also been issued.
 
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Brazos Valley Burn Bans Issued!

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BREAKING NEWS: A BURN BAN has been issued for Milam & Robertson Counties in the Brazos Valley until further notice. Outdoor burning is prohibited within these counties. A recent lack of rainfall and warmer conditions for late November and early December has led to drought conditions for much of the Brazos Valley.
 
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Warm Weekend Before Major Cold Front!

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Warm Weekend: Nearing 80°, Before December Chill!
 
(12/13/2019) Rainfall Total: —
 
Current Burn Bans: None!
Current Watches, Warnings, & Advisories: None!
 
Forecast Discussion:
Thursday brought a mixture of more clouds than sunshine for the Brazos Valley. Clouds prevail overnight, and as a south to southwesterly wind shift turns around, a shelf of fog will develop for portions of the Brazos Valley. Visibility could drop to zero, leading a slow commute time.
 
Before long, sunshine returns and afternoon highs heads for the upper 60’s to near 70°. After a weak cold front arrives Friday night, temperatures and weather conditions are reinforced for Saturday. Sunday brings warmer weather near 80° before our next cold front arrives Monday. Temperatures reach near 70° before tumbling into the middle 50’s during the afternoon. A chance for scattered showers, few thunderstorms are also possible. This sets up the extended forecast in the 50’s through much of the upcoming week and into the holiday weekend before Christmas 2019.
 
5 Day Weather Outlook:
Friday: High 70. Low 40. Clearing. Patchy Fog/Warmer.
Saturday: High 68. Low 51. Mostly Sunny. Patchy Fog.
Sunday: High 80. Low 64. Mixture. 30% Chance of Rain.
Monday: High 67. Low 37. Rainy. 50% Chance of Rain.
Tuesday: High 55. Low 31. Mostly Sunny. Cooler.
 
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