Tues. Brings Slow-Moving Rain Chances for the Brazos Valley Before Dry Wed.!

Tuesday Storms: Added Flood Concerns?, Then Drier Midweek!

NOTE: Madison County, Texas Weather is changing its weather forecast to include summer seasonal changes with its photographs, as the spring season ends and the summer solstice starts.

(05/29/2023) Rainfall Total: —

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

Forecast Discussion:
Slow-moving, scattered rains moved through the Brazos Valley and a good portion of East Texas on Memorial Day Monday. The Brazos Valley is wedged between an area of low pressure across Southwest Texas around San Antonio (which is also drenched in rains) and a small disturbance over Louisiana early week. We’ll see another round of scattered showers, thunderstorms by Tuesday afternoon and early evening for the Brazos Valley. The rainfall won’t be widespread (and remains uneven) Tuesday, but the area looks to find a few patches of heavy rainfall for a select few, while many remain dry through midweek. Any heavy storms will likely become stationary or move little (less than 10mph motion), which’ll increase the rainfall rates and chances for minor flooding and street ponding for some between 2-10 PM Tuesday. Otherwise, heavy downpours, gusty winds in excess of 30-40 mph, and lightning will be possible with any potential storm.

By Wednesday, June 1, 2023, the rain shuts off as the Brazos Valley welcomes the summer season. Mornings manage the middle-to-upper 60s and afternoon reach the middle-to-upper 80s through the end of the week before more rain chances return to start the first weekend of June. A slow-moving disturbance out west adds moisture to our atmosphere to bring added rains and cloudier skies for the Brazos Valley this weekend. A 40% chance of rain is on the books Saturday before a more widespread chances comes Sunday with more rainfall by Monday. The wet weather pattern could put a damper on outdoor outings, it could help relieve the heat and humidity and provided added rainfall before we enter the summer season late June 2023 in Southeast Texas.

5-Day Weather Outlook:
Tuesday: High 86. Low 66. Storms. 50% Chance/Rain.
Wednesday: High 87. Low 66. Partly Cloudy, AM Fog.
Thursday: High 87. Low 67. Mostly Sunny.
Friday: High 87. Low 68. Mostly Sunny.
Saturday: High 87. Low 68. Rainy. 40% Chance/Rain.

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