Scattered areas of rain & a few thunderstorms are moving across the Brazos Valley this afternoon. Later today & into the evening hours, while the coverage is expected to remain low (20%) -- should a thunderstorm develop, it could become severe. Large hail & damaging winds are the main concern -- however an isolated tornado threat cannot be ignored. Strong thunderstorms are possible overnight & early Monday morning, as well (50%).
BRYAN A little bit of rough weather is preceeding a cold front headed toward the Brazos Valley.
This is a picture taken by senior Texas A&M student Kathryn Westerman from A&M's Oceanography and Meteorology Building around 4:45 Thursday afternoon as a funnel dipped out of a wall cloud over northeast Bryan.
It didn't appear to touch down, and quickly disappeared.
News 3 Chief Meteorologist Shel Winkley says the cold front is expected to drop temperatures by as much as 30 degrees by Friday evening.
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