Brazos Valley School Closures and Delays (02/02/2023)!

CLOSURES & DELAYS: An ice storm is still causing some delays and closures for the Brazos Valley late week. Here is a full list of areawide closures and delays for Thursday, February 2, 2023:

-Buffalo ISD – DELAYED 2 HRS THURSDAY
-Caldwell ISD – DELAYED 2 HRS THURSDAY
-Calvert ISD – DELAYED 10 AM THURSDAY
-Centerville ISD – DELAYED 2 HRS THURSDAY
-Dime Box ISD – DELAYED 2 HRS THURSDAY
-Franklin ISD – CLOSED THURSDAY
-Gause ISD – CLOSED THURSDAY
-Hearne ISD – CLOSED THURSDAY
-Leon ISD – DELAYED 2 HRS THURSDAY
-Milano ISD – CLOSED THURSDAY
-Normangee ISD – DELAYED 2 HRS THURSDAY
-Renner Academy – CLOSED THURSDAY

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Brazos Valley Winter Weather Advisory (02/01/2023)!

BREAKING: A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY has been issued for Brazos, Houston, Madison, and Washington Counties in the Brazos Valley through 6 AM Thursday, February 2, 2023.

Additional ice accumulations of a light glaze with the impacts of ice accumulation is expected mainly in the northern reaches of these counties. Very slippery sidewalks, roads and bridges are possible. The hazardous conditions could impact the morning commute. Southern portions of the advisory area may see icy conditions diminish as temperatures gradually warm to above freezing or remain above freezing.

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Brazos Valley Winter Storm Warning (02/02/2023)!

BREAKING: A WINTER STORM WARNING has been reissued for Burleson and Lee Counties in the Brazos Valley through 6 AM Thursday, February 2, 2023 and for Leon, Milam, and Robertson Counties in the Brazos Valley through 9 AM Thursday, February 2, 2023.

Additional ice accumulations of a glaze to one quarter inch. Dangerous travel conditions will continue into Thursday morning. Roads are nearly impassible in some areas. Bridges and overpasses will remain icy.

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Wet & Cold Thursday, Then Slow Warm Up This Weekend For the Brazos Valley!

Wet Thursday: One Last Round of Rain, Warming This Weekend!
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(02/01/2023) Rainfall Total: 0.75″

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

Forecast Discussion:
A WINTER STORM WARNING has been reissued for Burleson and Lee Counties through 6 AM Thursday and for Leon, Milam, and Robertson Counties through 9 AM Thursday. A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY has been issued for Brazos, Houston, Madison, and Washington Counties through 6 AM Thursday. An ice storm is still wrecking havoc on the Lone Star State midweek. Ice accumulation has caused downed tree limbs and powerlines, leaving numerous towns without power across the North and Western Brazos Valley. Our temperatures are finally climbing above freezing (32°) overnight Wednesday into Thursday morning. Our next round of widespread rain is expected by early Thursday morning in the Brazos Valley. A majority of this rainfall remains a cold, liquid rain with the except of very minor ice accumulation for those across the North and Western Brazos Valley (Lee, Burleson, Milam, Robertson, & Leon Counties). A few noisy non-severe thunderstorms are possible after 2-3 AM Thursday, but overall, everything that falls should be light and steady. By sunrise Thursday, lows are in the middle 30s before “warming” around 40° late day, as this rain starts to clear from west to east early afternoon across the Brazos Valley. An added half to one inch of rain is possible with this last round.

Friday brings the first sign of sunshine in over a week. Morning lows dip around freezing before wrapping up the week at 50° Friday afternoon. Scattered cloud cover rolls in Saturday, as our next weak disturbances zips by. Lows dip into the upper 20s to near 30° Saturday morning with a light freeze likely. By Sunday through Tuesday, we’re slowly warming into the middle 60s to near 70°. By midweek into Thursday, a light rain chance and colder temps are back in the forecast for the Brazos Valley.

5-Day Weather Outlook:
Thursday: High 40. Low 33. Storms. 90% Chance/Rain.
Friday: High 51. Low 28. Sunny, Not as Cool.
Saturday: High 56. Low 39. Mostly Sunny.
Sunday: High 66. Low 47. Sunny, Not as Cool.
Monday: High 71. Low 56. Mostly Sunny.

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