Settling in for another cool evening across the Brazos Valley as we enjoy this dose of Fall -- thanks to the past weekend's cold front.
It was a chilly start this morning as the area dropped either into the 40s or 50s. Sunshine and dry air allowed for a pretty good -- but pleasant -- warm up into the low / mid 80s. Here's a look back on the day:
Just for perspective:
Keeping That Fall Feel Around...For Now
Overnight lows are expected to make another appearance in the "chilly" column by sunrise Tuesday morning. While it will be "light jacket" weather, we'll look for those start temperatures to be just a few degrees "warmer" than we woke up to on Monday.
Ample sunshine will be back in place on Tuesday as high pressure slowly starts to work into the eastern side of the country. That will give another day of cloud-less skies allowing for afternoon highs to make a rebound into the low / mid 80s, as they did Sunday and Monday. Low humidity will bring that pleasant factor around as well.
Changes on the Horizon
Cloud cover is starting to invade the Western United States once again. That is the start of our next upper level system that is diving south out of Canada.
As an upper trough of low pressure deepens to the west of the Rockies, we'll watch our winds shift back around from the south and southeast by mid-week -- starting a warm up towards 90° by Friday afternoon. Overnight lows will lose their "crisp" factor as well, with mild (and somewhat muggy) 60s returning overnight as well.
That scattered rain chance looks to increase over the weekend as well. With unsettled weather remaining in place -- versus the clean sweep behind our previous weekend's cold front -- we'll keep the rain chance going for a few days.
While -- at this time -- we are not anticipating a complete washout, heavy downpours could be possible from time to time starting Saturday afternoon. Weekend, outdoor plans need to be monitored accordingly.
Keep Up With The Latest