Another round of scattered thunderstorms and heavy downpours reached portions of the Brazos Valley on Wednesday. High pressure is going to bulk up for a few days, just east of our backyard, dropping rain chances almost completely off the map.
Thursday brings early morning clouds turning to ample sunshine by 10am. Afternoon highs are slated to top off just below 100° for most of the area. A stray shower / isolated thunderstorm or two will still be possible -- although, that chance will stay confined to those along and east of I-45.
- Not much in the forecast to cut the heat and humidity across the Brazos Valley over the past several days. A few spotty showers will be possible over the next few afternoons -- but nothing with long-lasting effects.
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