Overnight Storms Possible
FLASH FLOOD WATCH in effect through Sunday morning
A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH is in place for parts of the Brazos Valley through the early morning hours of Saturday. The next round of widespread rain and storms is possible between 2am and 9am, moving northwest to southeast across the area. Severe storms cannot be ruled out along with areas of localized flooding.
Saturday -- at this point -- looks widely dry after our early morning storm chance moves out. Can't rule out an isolated, afternoon thunderstorm...but really it looks like a day with a mix of sun & clouds, warm 80° highs, and plenty of humidity to go around. Monitoring Sunday afternoon for the next chance of scattered rain and thunderstorm moving in from the north after the lunch hour. Better widespread rain and storm chance returns by Monday.
Friday night: Showers and thunderstorms likely. Chance of rain: 70%. Low: 72. Wind: SSE 10-15 mph.
Saturday: Mainly cloudy with a 40% chance of rain and thunderstorms before 10am. High: 83. Wind: ESE 5-15 mph, with higher gusts.
Saturday night: Mostly cloudy with a 30% chance of rain / isolated thunderstorms after midnight. Low: 67. Wind: E 5-15 mph.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy with a 40% chance of rain and thunderstorms by afternoon. Some could be strong. High: 83. Wind: NE 5-15 mph.
--Chief Meteorologist Shel Winkley
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