Sunshine has settled in now that the rain has come to an end. A cold front is on its way to the Brazos Valley, and should get here by late tonight and early Monday. This is where the cooler temperatures will come from, starting with lows Monday morning. We'll see mid 40s throughout the area, so be sure to dress warm if you are headed out for work in the morning.
During the day, plenty of sunshine will heat highs into the mid 60s. Winds will be gusty through the beginning of the day, but will calm down as the evening approaches. Even colder air will start to settle in, with all of the area remaining above freezing. This weather is what we will see all the way into Thanksgiving, so get outside and enjoy the weather this week!
- As we head into the month of December, a handful of opportunities will be on hand for the Brazos Valley to catch the International Space Station (ISS) and Hubble Space Telescope (HST) passing overhead.
- Rain chance is increasing across the Brazos Valley, as an upper level system swings from the West Coast down to Texas. Saturday could bring a round of strong to severe thunderstorms to the area.
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