Brief Storm Disruptions Possible Memorial Day Monday in the Brazos Valley!

Holiday Disruptions: Memorial Day Rains, Highs “Cool” Early Week!

(05/27/2023) Rainfall Total: —

Current Burn Bans: None!
Current Watches, Warnings, & Advisories: None!

Forecast Discussion:
Quiet weekend across Southeast Texas with mild, sunny weather with highs approaching the 90° mark. However, there are chances for increasing rains ahead of Memorial Day Monday, which could put a damper on a few outdoor BBQ’s and lake gatherings. On Sunday, showers and storms ignite across the Texas Panhandle but end up collapsing before even coming anywhere clos to the Brazos Valley. Most of us remain dry and quiet, as highs finish up in the upper 80s under a mixture of sunshine and clouds. Storms fire up locally by Memorial Day Monday, however, as a 30% chance for scattered showers, few t-storms are on the books. Overall, storm activity won’t be widespread early week and should remain confined to the afternoon on Monday and Tuesday.

Interesting to note, model data suggest some storm activity developing across the Northern Brazos Valley ahead of sunset Monday, as a weak cold front slugs across Eastern Texas. That’ll allow for those storms to develop late Monday and Tuesday, as well as a series of upper-level disturbances move through next week. By midweek, the rain chance ends and the heat cranks up: highs reach the upper 80s and lower 90s mid-to-late week after falling into the lower 80s earlier in the week due to that cold front nearby.

5-Day Weather Outlook:
Sunday: High 87. Low 67. Partly Cloudy.
Memorial Day: High 83. Low 66. Mainly Cloudy. 30% Chance/Rain.
Tuesday: High 84. Low 64. Partly Cloudy. 30% Chance/Rain.
Wednesday: High 87. Low 65. Sunny.
Thursday: High 87. Low 66. Sunny.

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