Late Week Warmth: Lingering 80’s, Future Front & Added Rains!
(10/20/2021) Rainfall Total: —
Current Burn Bans: None!
Current Watches, Warnings, & Advisories: None!
A very unusually warm, dry late October 2021 — the mornings and afternoons, along with the humidity in place is better suited for the earlier portion of the month than the latter 10 or so days of the end of October for the Brazos Valley. Unfortunately, our next big push of Autumn air doesn’t arrive for another week or so. Through then, mornings run in the middle-to-upper 60’s and afternoons range the middle-to-upper 80’s. Heat indices, factoring in the humidity, range the lower 90’s during the hottest portion of the day. Also, areas of patchy-to-dense fog are possible across the rural, Southeastern Brazos Valley Thursday morning, as added moisture builds.
Areas of spotty rains not ruled out, but not guaranteed through the end of the week. A few showers are possible, as early as Friday afternoon. By the weekend, a likely Pacific tropical system develops offshore of the Southwest Mexican Coastline. By late week next, as that next Autumn shove of colder, drier air pushes through the Lone Star State, it could interact with Pacific moisture from future “Rick”, the tropical system in the Pacific Ocean. Better rain chances arrive by Tuesday, and likely more scattered, by Wednesday of next week in the Brazos Valley, as that cold front lulls in better (and added) moisture. Thankfully, cooler Autumn air just in time for Halloween Weekend/end of October 2021.
5-Day Weather Outlook:
Thursday: High 86. Low 62. Partly Cloudy, Morning Fog.
Friday: High 85. Low 64. Mostly Sunny.
Saturday: High 86. Low 67. Partly Cloudy. 20% Chance/Rain.
Sunday: High 84. Low 68. Partly Cloudy. 20% Chance/Rain.
Monday: High 85. Low 66. Partly Cloudy.
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