After a round of showers and thunderstorms moved through the Brazos Valley Monday, another shot at scattered activity is possible overnight.
Much of the Brazos Valley picked up rainfall, as a broken line of showers and thunderstorms rolled through the area to start the week.
Activity that started in the Texas Panhandle, along a weak cold front, come together to form a line of rain and non-severe thunderstorms that pushed through North & Central Texas. That line reached the northern Brazos Valley by 10am.
Across the area, rainfall reports of 0.10" to 0.30" were reported.
A few Weather Watcher reports:
Second Round of Rain / Isolated Storms Possible Overnight
An upper level low is currently over Oklahoma. That low is expected to slowly swing towards Missouri / Arkansas by Tuesday afternoon.
South of that upper low is a weak cold front. While the air isn't much colder behind that front, it is ushering in some slightly drier air to the State of Texas.
Along and ahead of that cold front, scattered showers and isolated (non-severe) thunderstorms will be possible.
Below is a look at the afternoon run of the PinPoint Computer Forecast Model "Future Radar" -- that rain will be possible between 7pm MONDAY and 3am TUESDAY:
Through the night, Interactive PinPoint Radar can be found here.
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