NOVEMBER 1st, 2017 -- After a stretch of chilly weather in the Brazos Valley, warmer air takes over for the first days of November.
South to southwest winds take over the forecast for near a week in the Brazos Valley. Without a cold front reaching the area to cool things down, temperatures are expected to remain unseasonably warm as we jump into the very beginning of this new month.
Increased moisture and a breezy wind will allow for nightly cloud cover and lows in the low 70s each morning. Even with a generous amount of cloud cover, afternoon highs are expected to reach the mid-80s through the weekend and into the start of next week.
Average high for this time of the year runs in the mid-70s for Bryan / College Station. To find similar average temperatures to the upcoming forecast you have to rewind a month to early October.
A return of fall air may return by the middle of the first full week of November.