Several Rounds of Rain Expected This Week in the Brazos Valley!

Wet Week: Round of Rain, “Cool” Temps, & Several Inches Possible!

(05/21/2022) Rainfall Total: —

Current Burn Bans: None!

Current Watches, Warnings, & Advisories: None!

Forecast Discussion:

Our latest cold front is moving towards the Brazos Valley Saturday night, igniting a line of storms across the northern areas. A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH continues for Leon & Robertson Counties through 11 PM Saturday. A few stronger-to-severe storms will be possible overnight Saturday into Sunday morning, as a round of storms move through. First round of storms moves into the North Brazos Valley between 7-9 PM Saturday before another round of rain moves through overnight Saturday. A few storms could be noisy and rocky, but not every thunderstorm will be severe. Damaging winds and large hail will be the main concern.

By Sunday morning, lingering rains eventually fizzle out. Scattered rain activity will be possible throughout the day Sunday, as cooler, drier moves into the region. Mornings dip into the 60s and afternoons manage the 80s Sunday. Overall, a much “cooler” weather pattern compared to recent weeks. A series of disturbances keep a rain chance going through midweek of next week with Tuesday & Wednesday bringing the best chance for widespread rain in the Brazos Valley. As these rainmakers move through the Lone Star State, 2.00″-5.00″+ of rainfall will be possible. With rain-cooler air and clouds in place, we’ll range the 80s for highs through middle week before sunshine bring us into warmer weather by Memorial Day Weekend 2022.

5-Day Weather Outlook:

Sunday: High 79. Low 67. Rainy. 40% Chance/Rain.

Monday: High 83. Low 70. Stormy. 50% Chance/Rain.

Tuesday: High 80. Low 70. Stormy. 80% Chance/Rain.

Wednesday: High 80. Low 60. Stormy. 60% Chance/Rain.

Thursday: High 78. Low 59. Sunny.

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Texas Drought Monitor (05/19)!

DROUGHT INDEX: The latest Texas Drought Monitor has been released for the Brazos Valley, showing improved drought conditions locally, despite a very extremely hot month.

Overall, the month of May has broken or tied record heat for several consecutive days across portions of Texas in Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston/Galveston, Austin, and Bryan/College Station. Drought conditions have managed to spread for a large portion of the Lone Star State. However, the worst drought conditions have managed to stay away from the Brazos Valley.

Across the Brazos Valley, portions of Brazos, Houston, Leon, Madison, Montgomery, Robertson, San Jacinto, Trinity, and Walker Counties remain mostly drought-free. “ABNORMALLY DRY” (D0 – Drought Stage) conditions spread across Milam County in the Northwest Brazos Valley and Burleson and Grimes Counties in the Western Brazos Valley. “MODERATE DROUGHT” (D1 – Drought Stage) conditions linger in Austin, Lee, and Washington Counties in the Southwest Brazos Valley.

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