Rare “Blue Moon” To Light Up Madison County Halloween Night!

MOON ALERT: Not only is Halloween on a Saturday and cooler weather is the the forecast, but a rare “Halloween Blue Moon” will take to the skyline. The Halloween “Blue Moon” will be the second full moon of the month. The moon will be 99.80% illuminated, with a moonrise at 6:58 a.m.

There will be a spooky orange glow, as the moon rises in the east. However, there will be a few high clouds in play, so viewing will actually be good throughout the entire night. By the way, be sure to view this moon, because the next Halloween Blue Moon will not occur until 2038.

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Texas Drought Index (10/29)!

DROUGHT INDEX: It’s been a very dry October across the Brazos Valley, and by the end of the month, it could be one of the top driest October’s on record. Hardly any rainfall and string of near 90° afternoons have led to worsening drought conditions. As a result, the Brazos Valley is seeing a large spread of “Abnormally Dry” conditions, with portions of Brazos, Grimes, Madison, & Walker County experiencing a “Moderate Drought” (D1 Drought Stage).

Thankfully, a recent cold front has provided a small amount of rainfall and cooler weather to help alleviate these worsening conditions, However, it’ll take more cooler weather and beneficial rainfall to wipe out these conditions. Additionally, Walker County, TX is currently under a burn ban.

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Cool Halloween Weekend, With No Tricky Weather!

Cool Weekend: Sunny & ~70°+, Future Warm Up & Front!
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(10/29/2020) Rainfall Total: —

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

Forecast Discussion:
A blustery, cold Thursday for the Brazos Valley, as northerly wind gusts, as high as 25-35 mph (at times) blew. This wintry weather maker that has left bitter, cold, and wintry weather across the Lone Star State is exiting to the east, leaving a comfortable forecast to finish the week on and end October for the Brazos Valley. Another bitter cold night across the Brazos Valley: clear skies and a light north wind lead to morning temperatures in the upper 30’s to lower 40’s by sunrise Friday. Afternoon highs wrap up in the middle to upper 60’s Friday afternoon… a decent ~10° below-average for Oct. 30th.

Halloween Weekend finds us with mornings warmer towards the 50° mark and afternoons in the lower to middle 70’s for the Brazos Valley. A stream of high clouds filter in for the weekend from the west, and sunset temperatures are in the 60’s for Halloween night. Sunday marks Nov. 1st, daylight savings time, and a weak cold front to kick off the new month. Afternoon highs in the middle 70’s turn around to the middle 60’s Monday & Tuesday afternoons. Sunny, suitable weather for Election Day (be sure to vote!). Temperatures begin a warming trend by midweek: upper 50’s to lower 60’s Thursday turn around to 80° weather for the following weekend, which could stir some rainfall before the next cold front rolls through by early-to-mid November.

5-Day Weather Outlook:
Friday: High 68. Low 43. Mostly Sunny.
Halloween: High 73. Low 48. Mostly Sunny.
Sunday: High 72. Low 43. Partly Cloudy.
Monday: High 64. Low 41. Mostly Sunny.
Tuesday: High 70. Low 48. Mostly Sunny.

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