Texas Drought Monitor (12/01)!

DROUGHT INDEX: The latest Texas Drought Monitor shows vast improvement for the Brazos Valley, as most of 16-county area has dropped to “Abnormally Dry” (D0 – Drought Stage) conditions in this weeks report. However, the Southwest Brazos Valley sits in the “Moderate” to “Severe” (D1-D2 – Drought Stage) category.

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Brazos Valley Seeing Brief Cool Down This Weekend Before Huge Warm Up Next Week!

Up & Down Temps: Briefly Cool This Weekend, Then Warm Up!

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(12/01/2022) Rainfall Total: —

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Current Watches, Warnings, & Advisories: None!

Forecast Discussion:

A cold front passage brought one of the coldest mornings that we’re expecting for the Brazos Valley for the foreseeable future: morning in the mid-30s Thursday. Eventually, highs reached near the 60° Thursday afternoon, as clouds thicken across the skies from west to east ahead of the weekend. As that mild air and clouds filters in, lows only drop a few degrees overnight Thursday. By Friday AM, areas of patchy drizzle to a few light showers will be possible for commute time, as well as patchy fog for rural areas, so use extra caution on the roads this morning. A round of light showers to drizzle is expected for the back half of Friday (west to east), as we try to tap into the rich moisture from the Gulf. Rain totals: 0.05″. Highs eventually break the 70° Friday afternoon with possibly a bit of sunshine to end the day, however… another shock of cold is on the way!

By early Saturday, our next scheduled cold front moves into the Brazos Valley. After beginning the morning in the 60s (which means temps won’t move much the next 24 or so hours), we’ll wrap up in the 50s by the end of Saturday. A north wind races 10-15 mph with gusts upwards to 20-25 mph (wind chills will be colder). Areas of light showers, patchy drizzle or mist will be possible on that wind shift Saturday, but it won’t be likely for everyone. Lows dip into the lower 50s Saturday night. Then, of course, we flip again! A warmup comes Saturday with afternoon highs in the lower 70s. 80s greet us to start the week before a very unseasonably gradual warming lingers through mid-to-late week. Overall, Autumn is trying to washout, as winter tries to cement itself, meaning some ups and downs in the temp-forecast is expected with warmer-than-average weather on hand mostly.

5-Day Weather Outlook:

Friday: High 71. Low 62. Cloudy, Fog. 40% Chance/Showers.

Saturday: High 64. Low 51. Mostly Sunny, Fog.

Sunday: High 67. Low 61. Mostly Cloudy.

Monday: High 77. Low 65. Mostly Cloudy.

Tuesday: High 78. Low 64. Mostly Cloudy.

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