Saturday brings another chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms to the Brazos Valley. During the afternoon hours, scattered areas of rain and storms could develop in the daytime heat (30%). A line of rain and thunderstorms will be possible between sunset and midnight -- moving in from the north & west. If these storms can reach the area, they could pose a localized flooding & damaging wind threat.
One of radio's most notable voices returned to Aggieland with paper and pen in hand.
Neal Boortz stopped by Hastings in College Station to sign copies of his new book, "Somebody's Got to Say It." Currently, it's #2 on the New York Times Best Seller List.
Around 400 people lined up, some of them arriving an hour early to hear from the outspoken Aggie grad. Boortz graduated from Texas A&M in 1967, and can be heard locally on WTAW.
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