A TORNADO WATCH has been issued for Leon, Milam, and Robertson Counties until 5:00am Monday morning. A line of strong to severe thunderstorms is on its way to the Brazos Valley and should arrive between 2 and 3 am. Heavy rain, frequent lightning, and winds above 50 mph are our main concerns. However, an isolated tornado, especially in our northern counties, cannot be ruled out.
Your Christmas Tree has already given out lot of gifts and now it can keep on giving. Bryan and College Station will be hosting a tree recycling event.
On January 6, from noon to 5 p.m. both cities will be collecting trees from the public. Residents in Bryan can drop off their Christmas trees at Sue Haswell Park, while College Station residents can take their trees to Central Park.
As an incentive, participates will be able to receive free Willow Oak seeding. All of the recycled trees will be turned into compost and wood chips for landscaping.
For those who want to get rid of their tree quicker, they can put them on curb. They will be collected along with regular waste pick up from now until January 5th.
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