Texas Drought Monitor (05/14)!

DROUGHT INDEX: The latest Texas Drought Monitor was released Thursday, May 13, 2021, which shows further improvement with local drought conditions in the Brazos Valley. In fact, with last week’s string of rainfall, a majority of the region is running “drought-free”.


A small portion of Brazos, Leon, Madison, & Robertson Counties are running on “Abnormally Dry” (D0 – Drought Stage) conditions in the Northern Brazos Valley. A small portion of Southern Montgomery County in the Southeastern Brazos Valley is also running on “Abnormally Dry” (D0 – Drought Stage) conditions. Hopefully, next week’s period of heavy rainfall could be a good start to the summer season, continuing to help alleviate drought conditions locally and provide additional relief.


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Next Could Bring Daily Chance For Heavy Rainfall!

Beginning To Warm: Returning 80’s, Period of Heavy Rain Coming!

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(05/13/2021) Rainfall Total: —

Current Burn Bans: None!

Current Watches, Warnings, & Advisories: None!

Forecast Discussion:

After a sunny, quiet Thursday across the Brazos Valley, morning temperatures are beginning in the upper 50’s to lower 70’s Friday morning. Overcast skies carry us through the first half of the day, but a mixture of sunshine & clouds mix in and afternoon highs reach the lower 80’s by Friday afternoon.


Drier weather comes to end by late Saturday before an even longer wetter weather pattern takes over through next week. First half of the weekend remains drier, as we watch storm activity develop over West Texas and begin to move towards the Brazos Valley. We’ll see if that batch of bad weather can hold together, as it drifts east and tries to survive the journey to our area Saturday evening/night. Our better chance for rain arrives Sunday before a series of disturbances roll out ahead of an approaching upper-low, providing daily (and additional) rain chances through next week. We could see a low-end severe weather concern and a chance to pick up several inches of rainfall (in some locations), so continue to keep an eye on the forecast moving forward.


5-Day Weather Outlook:

Friday: High 81. Low 64. Mostly Cloudy – Partly Cloudy.

Saturday: High 84 Low 61. Partly Cloudy.

Sunday: High 79. Low 66. Stormy. 40 ↑ 60% Chance/Rain.

Monday: High 82. Low 70. Stormy. 40 ↑ 60% Chance/Rain.

Tuesday: High 82. Low 70. Stormy. 40 ↑ 70% Chance/Rain.


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