Milder Week: Breezy Conditions & Elevated Fire Danger!

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Milder Days: Breezy/Cooler Conditions, Elevated Fire Danger!
 
(03/30/2020) Rainfall Total: —
 
Current Burn Bans: None!
Current Watches, Warnings, & Advisories: None!
 
Forecast Discussion:
Dealt with a conditional chance for severe weather Monday evening… although, that activity never bubbled and the atmosphere wasn’t willing to go to work… but that’s okay! Overnight Monday into Tuesday morning, drier air begins to filter into the Brazos Valley, leading to a comfortable Tuesday.
 
A breezy northerly wind shift brings lower humidity and plenty of sunshine Tuesday, with sustained winds between 10-15 mph (gusts upwards to 25 mph, at times). A combination of breezy winds and drier air leads to an elevated fire danger, so keep the outdoor burning out of the plans through Wednesday. The next few days bring Spring conditions: cooler mornings in the 50’s and afternoon highs in the middle 70’s… much cooler than recent weeks. However, late week brings a series of rolling disturbances and a weak cold front, as well as upper-level winds shifting out of the west-southwest. Those combinations leads to a scattered thunderstorm chance by Thursday (40%) & Friday (60%) for the Brazos Valley.
 
5-Day Weather Outlook:
Tuesday: High 70. Low 50. Mostly Sunny – Partly Cloudy.
Wednesday: High 74. Low 57. Mostly Sunny – Partly Cloudy.
Thursday: High 75. Low 65. Cloudy. 20 ↑ 40% Chance/Rain.
Friday: High 78. Low 64. Stormy. 20 ↑ 60% Chance/Rain.
Saturday: High 76. Low 65. Cloudy. 30 ↑ 40% Chance/Rain.
 
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Madison County, TX COVID-19 Information!

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LATEST INFORMATION: Here are a list of running headlines for Madison County, Texas regarding the growing concern with the COVID-19 (novel Coronavirus).
ALERT: ON MARCH 30, 2020, MADISON COUNTY JUDGE TONY LEAGO ISSUES ORDER NO. 2 – STAY SAFE ORDER EFFECTIVE MARCH 30, 2020 AT 11:59 P.M.
LATEST UPDATED: 1:00 AM CDT, Tuesday, March 31, 2020
COVID-19 LOCAL CASES:
•Number of Madison County COVID-19 Cases: None
•Number of Madison County Presumptive Cases: None
COVID-19 RECOMMENDATIONS:
•Avoid gatherings of 10+ people.
•Avoid going out, stay home often & avoid bars, restaurants, etc.
•Practice good hygiene, wash hands for 20 or more seconds.
•Avoid visiting the elderly, those with weak immune systems.
LOCAL/GOVERNMENTAL NEWS:
•Congressman Brady’s office are offering assistance to small businesses, ag co-ops, and non-profits that have been impacted by COVID-19. 
•United Way of the Brazos Valley is offering Grants to Nonprofits to assist with rent, utilities and food and a grant for small businesses.  
•Madisonville Care Center has restricted visitors at this time. 
•Madison County Court Criminal, Civil, Probate and Juvenile cases have been canceled for the month of April.
•Madison County Jail has suspended visitation on the recommendation of the Governor and the State Jail Commission and has implemented restricted access.
•Fast food and local restaurants in Madison County, Texas have switched to take out, delivery, and curb-side pick up under state executive order.
•Madisonville Wal-Mart has restricted it’s hours from 6 AM – 8 PM daily.
SCHOOL CLOSINGS:
•Madisonville CISD will remain closed through Friday, April 03, 2020. An attempt to reopen the school system is scheduled for Monday, April 06, 2020.
•North Zulch ISD will remain closed through Friday, April 03, 2020. An attempt to reopen the school system will be reviewed March 24th through the North Zulch School Board.
GOVERNMENTAL/PUBLIC CLOSINGS:
•Madison County Clerk’s Office is closed to the public.
•Madison County Tax Office is closed to the public.
•Madison County Justice of the Peace is closed to the public.
•Madison County Library is closed to the public.
•US Passport Agencies are closed to the public.
•Madison County Office of Rural Development Temporary Office allowing only staff.
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