Depression #28 & Cold Front Shakes Forecast Up!

A whitetail deer buck makes its way though a field

Cool Week: Cold Front, #Depression28, & Cooler Weather!

(10/24/2020) Rainfall Total: —

Current Burn Bans: Walker County!
Current Watches, Warnings, & Advisories: None!

Forecast Discussion:
After a late week cold front, a southerly wind shift brings warm weather to the Brazos Valley Sunday, before a late week cold front arrives early week and brings a stronger chill. A southeasterly wind shift arrives on Sunday, leading to warmer temperatures and a boosted rain chance through midweek. What’ll make this forecast a bit hazy is Tropical Depression #28 nearing the Gulf of Mexico early week.

First, there are no direct impacts to Southeast TX (or the Brazos Valley) from Depression #28 (future Zeta) at this time. Currently, this tropical system will reach the North-Central Gulf Coast, impacting how this next strong cold front arrives in the Brazos Valley Monday afternoon. Worth noting, this cold front will keep this tropical system away from the Lone Star State, as it curves eastward. In return, we’ll see a quick drop in temperatures late Monday into Tuesday. A quick band of showers accompanies this cold front (30%) after midnight and colder weather sinks into the region through Tuesday morning. After falling into the lower 50’s, we’ll reach the middle 60’s Tuesday afternoon. By midweek, a additional chance for rainfall arrives, keeping temperatures cold in the 40’s for mornings and 60’s for afternoons through the end of the week.

We’ll keep an eye on this cold front, Depression #28, and have more details on Sunday!

5-Day Weather Outlook:
Sunday: High 79. Low 66. Mostly Cloudy, Warmer.
Monday: High 79.Low 57. Cloudy. 40% Chance/Rain.
Tuesday: High ↓ 70. Low 57. Clearing. 20% Chance/Rain.
Wednesday: High 63. Low 46. Rainy. 30 ↑ 50% Chance/Rain.
Thursday: High 63. Low 46. Mostly Sunny, Cooler.

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