Tropical Troubles? Toasty Weekend, Before Isolated Rains Return!
(06/11/2021) Rainfall Total: —
Current Burn Bans: None!
Current Watches, Warnings, & Advisories: None!
The Brazos Valley is in for a muggy, hot weekend, as high pressure continues keeps calmer, dry weather pattern over the next few days. Overnight, morning lows reach the middle 70’s under clouding conditions by Saturday morning. We’ll slowly burn off that cloud cover and turn it into sunny skies late Saturday. Temperatures eventually warm into the lower to middle 90’s Saturday afternoon. Heat indices (feel-like temps shaded) should exceed 100°+. Overall, a beautiful weekend in store for outdoor activities and such.
By late weekend, high pressure begins to recede towards the Desert Southwest, allowing an returning isolated rain chance (20%) beginning Sunday, lasting through the upcoming week. However, not everyone may find rain. First, morning lows kick off in the middle 70’s Sunday morning under mostly clear skies before afternoon highs reach the lower 90’s Sunday afternoon (heat indices: 103° to 108°). In the tropics, we’re monitoring a tropical disturbance moving into the Southern Gulf. By early week, we’ll have a better idea on where this system may be headed and what impacts it could or could not bring to Coastal TX. If anything impacts us locally, it’ll be around June 18th-22nd (Father’s Day Weekend & beyond). It’s a good idea to be aware, but no need to be overly concerned at this point, so enjoy the weekend!
5-Day Weather Outlook
:Saturday: High 91. Low 76. Cloudy – Clearing.
Sunday: High 93. Low 75. Clouding. 20% Chance/Rain.
Monday: High 93. Low 75. Mostly Sunny. 20% Chance/Rain.
Tuesday: High 93. Low 73. Mostly Sunny. 20% Chance/Rain.
Wednesday: High 93. Low 73. Mostly Sunny. 20% Chance/Rain.
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