A FLASH FLOOD WATCH is in effect for most of the Brazos Valley until 12pm. A FLOOD ADVISORY is in effect for southeast Burleson, Washington, eastern Waller, west central Montgomery, and southeastern Grimes county until 7am, eastern Brazos, northern Grimes, northwestern Walker, and Madison counties until 8:15am, and Leon county until 8:30am. A line of thunderstorms -- containing gusty winds, heavy rain, thunder, & lightning -- is sliding east toward the Brazos Valley. 1 to 3 inches of rain could fall as this line continues to move east.
Traffic changes are continuing on Bryan's busiest street.
TxDOT says the work to widen more than a mile of Briarcrest Drive with dedicated turn lanes and concrete medians is on schedule.
The newest changes you'll notice now are posts for the first set of new traffic lights to be installed at 29th Street and Briarcrest.
Contractors will be installing new signal systems at seven intersections as part of the work.
The $4.7 million project is expected to be completed sometime after August.
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