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A struggle to break the 50s alongside on & off rain was the theme for Tuesday. We'll keep a healthy rain chance going through the overnight and first half of Wednesday. Overnight, the next disturbance to pass through the Brazos Valley is expected to arrive. Spotty showers will remain possible between sunset & midnight. Between 12am and 2am, expect the rain coverage to increase from west to east. We'll watch a solid chance of rain fill in between 2am and sunrise Wednesday. Isolated thunderstorms with locally heavy rain, thunder, and lightning will be possible for many -- a few stronger storms could even drop small hail for a short period. Widespread rain and storms are expected to start Wednesday, with activity becoming more scattered as the day progresses. Looks like we'll find drier conditions by mid-to-late afternoon. When it is all said and done, another 2"-3"+ could fall for many in the Brazos Valley. Temperatures will remain on the cool side thanks to the rain, cloud cover, and a north wind -- most top off around the 60� mark Wednesday. Rain chance quickly ends after sunrise Thursday. Sunshine and drier air return to the Brazos Valley allowing afternoon highs to return to the 70s as we wrap up the work / school week.
January 17th, 2017 -- WeatherEDGE from Associates Road
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