Next Week Brings Warm, Rainier Weather!

Cool Weekend: Running 50’s/Eventual Clouds, Rains Return!
(01/15/2020) Rainfall Total: —

Current Burn Bans: Lee County!

Current Watches, Warnings, & Advisories: None!

Forecast Discussion:

Our latest cold front reached the Brazos Valley Thursday. In the wake of that cold front, gusty northerly winds ran between 30-35 mph, at times throughout Friday, which prompted a WIND ADVISORY for the entire region. Temperature dove into the 40’s (wind chills: 30’s) through Friday evening before overnight temperatures dive into the lower 30’s or at freezing (32°F) by Saturday morning under clear skies and a light west wind. A light freeze is also possible for a good portion of the area, as well.

We’ll see ample sunshine Saturday afternoon, as temperatures head for the middle 50’s, with a light northwest wind shift. Clouds drift in Saturday night, leading to a bit more cloud cover for late weekend into early week. After a chilly start in the middle 30’s, afternoon highs are back in the 60’s for Sunday afternoon. Martin Luther King Jr. Monday brings clearing skies and highs in the middle 60’s. Gulf moisture eventually returns Tuesday, fueling our next rain chance for mid-to-late week. We’ll see a few rainier days Tuesday (40%) through Thursday (50%), before an isolated rain chance arrives Friday (20%). Generally, we’re expecting temperatures to run in the middle to upper 60’s through a majority of the week for the Brazos Valley. Overall, a brief cool spell before a warmer, rainier week ahead.

5-Day Weather Outlook:

Saturday: High 57. Low 36. Sunny, Cooler.

Sunday: High 64. Low 37. Partly Cloud – Mostly Sunny.

MLK Jr. Day: High 66. Low 55. Mostly Sunny – Partly Cloudy.

Tuesday: High 70. Low 54. Mostly Cloudy. 40% Chance/Rain.

Wednesday: High 66. Low 61. Mostly Cloudy. 40% Chance/Rain.

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Texas Drought Monitor (01/14)!

DROUGHT INDEX: The latest Texas Drought Index has been issued for the Brazos Valley and the Lone Star State, with the area receiving some relieving and amazing news for local conditions.

After a severe storm system (attached to a cold front) that dropped isolated pockets of 1.00″ over a week ago, and a major snow system buried the ground with 6.00″+ of snow in some locations, the Brazos Valley has been mostly ridden drought-free of drought conditions. Locally, the area is only experiencing “Abnormally Dry” (D0 – Drought Stage) across portions of the West-Central Brazos Valley in Brazos, Burleson, Grimes, Lee, Leon Madison, and Robertson Counties. Hopefully, we’ll continue to improve in the dead of winter, although the outlook doesn’t look as cool moving into next week.

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