One last round of rain & thunderstorms is moving through the Brazos Valley tonight -- along and ahead of an approaching cold front. Winds upwards of 40mph will be possible along & ahead of this activity. The winds subside once the rain begins, however, a quick 0.25" of an inch of rain is possible and dime size hail cannot be ruled out. These storms should be south of the Brazos Valley by 2am.
One of the top republican contenders in the race for the White House is making a stop in College Station.
Mitt Romney will be the featured speaker Tuesday evening at the William Waldo Cameron Forum on Public Affairs hosted by Former President George Bush.
The presidential candidate is scheduled to speak at 6 p.m. at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center at the George Bush Presidential Library Center at Texas A&M University.
The former governor of Massachusetts first gained national recognition for his role in turning around the 2002 Winter Olympics.
Romney erased a $379 million operating deficit, organized 23,000 volunteers, and oversaw an unprecedented security mobilization just months after the September 11th attacks, leading to one of the most successful Olympics in our country's history.
Free tickets are available at the KBTX studios, WTAW, The Bryan/College Station Eagle, Texas A&M University MSC Box Office and the Museum at the George Bush Presidential Library.
For information, call 979-862-2251.
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