Last Round of Storms Possible This Evening -- Cooler Tuesday
We'll be monitoring for the chance of another round of scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms to develop through the evening hours. A few storms -- if they can form -- could become strong to severe. Damaging winds & large hail (up to quarter size) are the main concern, however an isolated, brief tornado threat cannot be ruled out. Highest potential for rain & storms is in the Northeastern Brazos Valley.
Cooler, cloudy, and breezy Tuesday, in the wake of an unseasonably strong Spring cold front. A few afternoon, passing showers will be possible (20% -- nothing severe). Afternoon highs are only expected to reach the mid 60s for many. Morning lows fall to the crisp 40s & 50s through the end of the week.
Monday Night: Mostly cloudy with a 40% chance of showers and thunderstorms before midnight. Low: 60. Wind: becoming Nw 5-10 mph.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with a 20% chance of showers. High: 66. Wind: NNW 10-20 mph, gusts upwards of 25 mph.
- Chilean authorities are downgrading the likelihood of another big eruption from the Calbuco volcano, although the mountain remains active and the ash clouds it already ejected have caused cancellations of more airline flights.
- A stormy start to Friday in the Brazos Valley. A few showers and severe thunderstorms developed in the early evening hours. A quiet radar is expected to fill with rain & thunderstorms in the middle of the night / very early Saturday morning.
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