Messy Weather Unfolds Over Brazos Valley Next Few Days!

Messy Weather: Rounds of Storms, Friday Cold Front/Storm Chance!
(04/13/2021) Rainfall Total: —

Current Burn Bans: None!

Current Watches, Warnings, & Advisories: None!

Forecast Discussion:

Our atmosphere over the Brazos Valley is dazed and confused: a combination of a stalled stationary front, an incoming cold front pushing southward, and a disturbance coming out of Northeast Mexico will produce scattered areas of showers, thunderstorms late Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. The NWS Storm Prediction Center has placed a good portion of the Brazos Valley under a ‘SLIGHT RISK’ (2 out of 5 category) for severe weather for strong-to-severe thunderstorms tonight (50%). While severe weather won’t be widespread, any stronger storm could produce torrential rainfall, large hail (quarter size/slightly larger), or damaging winds in excess of 40-60 mph. Rain totals manage 1.00″-2.00″ with any heavier rain activity.

There is a chance for lingering scattered (and light) showers throughout a good portion of Wednesday (30%). By Wednesday late afternoon/evening, a second area of disturbed weather could spark another round of showers, thunderstorms. Severe weather isn’t intended, but any heavier activity could produce heavy downpours, frequent lightning, and small hail. This similar scenario for more storm activity is possible Thursday, but the coverage is much lower. Another cold front arrives Friday, producing another potential strong round of showers, thunderstorms (50-60%) that could require some attention. Overall, rain totals could manage 0.75″-2.00″ through the week, with higher isolated totals under any heavier storms for the Brazos Valley.

5-Day Weather Outlook:

Wednesday: High 79. Low 57. Mostly Cloudy. 30% Chance/Rain.

Thursday: High 70. Low 59. Mostly Cloudy. 20% Chance/Rain.

Friday: High 72. Low 52. Stormy. 50 ↑ 60% Chance/Rain.

Saturday: High 63. Low 48. Partly Cloudy. 20% Chance/Rain.

Sunday: High 66. Low 45. Partly Cloudy.

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