Running Well-Above Avg. Weather-Wise For Brazos Valley!

Mild Week: Gradually Warming, Well-Above Avg. Into Early Dec.!

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(11/28/2021) Rainfall Total: —

Current Burn Bans: None!

Current Watches, Warnings, & Advisories: None!


Forecast Discussion:

After beginning the holiday weekend under soggy, cloudy skies, we wrapped up the final weekend of November in the Brazos Valley under drier, mild conditions. Overnight Sunday, we’re expecting the coldest weather in the Brazos Valley for the next week (or awhile longer). Mornings dip into the middle-to-upper 30’s Monday morning, especially further north and northeast. A bit of light frost may glaze the lawns, as well. Further south, areas of patchy fog and lows in the lower 40’s are expected. Otherwise, afternoon highs manage the upper 60’s to near 70° mark Monday afternoon under ample sunshine in the Brazos Valley.


Overall, the Brazos Valley transition from late November into early December on the milder side, especially for this late in the year. Mornings in the middle 50’s to lower 60’s run a decent 10-15° above average by late week. Afternoon highs manage the middle-to-upper 70’s, a decent 10° above average as well. By the weekend, a couple of disturbances trip to slide pass the Lone Star State next weekend, bringing an isolated rain chance and a stout southerly wind. By the next 10 or so days, our next shove of cold air is possible. However, the range and depth of that cold front is still under review. Right now, plan on a warmer start to December.


5-Day Weather Outlook:

Monday: High 69. Low 42. Mostly Sunny.

Tuesday: High 70. Low 48. Mostly Sunny.

Wednesday: High 72. Low 51. Mostly Sunny.

Thursday: High 75. Low 57. Mostly Sunny.

Friday: High 76. Low 56. Partly Cloudy. 20% Chance/Rain.


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