Texas Drought Monitor (09/24)!

DROUGHT INDEX: The latest Texas Drought Monitor was released for the Brazos Valley Thursday, September 24, 2021. Drought conditions are beginning to spread across the Lone Star State in the wake of “abnormally dry” conditions. Burn bans are also becoming more frequent, especially in the Brazos Valley.

Locally, “Abnormally Dry” (D0 – Drought Stage) conditions have returned to the Brazos Valley leading to those burn bans being issued. August & September 2021 have brought little rainfall to the region, as the late summer heat took over. The current Autumn Outlook looks to bring less rainfall and warmer temperatures than average. Hopefully, as temperatures cool down with the waning of summer, we’ll see cooler weather and better rain chances, as seasonal cold front roll through the region.

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Mild Weekend in Store!

Mild Weekend: Lingering 80’s, Next Week Brings Returning Rains!

(09/23/2021) Rainfall Total: —

Current Burn Bans: Grimes, Madison, Robertson, Walker, & Waller Counties in the Brazos Valley!

Current Watches, Warnings, & Advisories: None!

Forecast Discussion:

Our latest frontal system has provided cool mornings and mild afternoons across the Brazos Valley, and they look to continue over the next couple of days. Afternoon highs mange the middle 80’s Friday & Saturday, and upper 80’s Sunday, with mornings in the 50’s across the board (lower 50’s Friday AM). An added stream of high clouds in the upper-levels of the atmosphere, as Pacific high moisture is worked in, is on taps for added scenery this weekend.

Unfortunately, warmer changes are coming to the Brazos Valley early week, as a weather system nears West Texas Sunday or Monday. Returning humidity becomes the driving force that’ll allow morning lows to return to the upper 60’s to lower 70’s early week. Afternoons are also a bit more muggier, as Gulf moisture works back into the atmosphere, which could also provide a better rain chance Monday through middle week. For now, the best chance for widespread rainfall comes midweek. Regardless, we’re ending the month rather dry, as burn bans and drought conditions spread locally, so we can use any helpful rainfall to make up for that.

5-Day Weather Outlook:

Friday: High 85. Low 57. Mostly Sunny.

Saturday: High 87. Low 58. Mostly Sunny.

Sunday: High 88. Low 63. Mostly Sunny.

Monday: High 88. Low 68. Partly Cloudy. 20 ↑ 30% Chance/Rain.

Tuesday: High 87. Low 67. Rainy. 40% Chance/Rain.

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