If you've been enjoying the spring-like conditions lately, then the next couple of days will still be fantastic -- all across the Brazos Valley. A large ridge of high pressure overhead means the most we have to deal with -- weather-wise -- will be high clouds zipping in from the west. In other words, get ready for another day of sunshine and warming temperatures in the 70s.
Overnight lows will be cool, over the next few nights -- falling to the mid / upper 40s. Afternoon highs look to run 10° to 12° ABOVE the seasonal average, topping off in the low / mid 70s. Enjoy it now -- colder & rainy weather look to return by week's end / the weekend.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny. High: 73. Wind: WNW 5-10 mph, becoming ESE later in the day.
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