Brazos Valley Burn Bans: The following counties are under a Burn Ban: Brazos, Burleson, Grimes, Houston, Lee, Leon, Madison, Milam, Robertson, San Jacinto, Trinity, Walker, Washington
A weak cold front / shift of winds from the north pushed a broken line of strong to severe thunderstorms through the Brazos Valley Monday. Rain chances quickly dropped off -- less humid air is arrives in its wake.
Rainfall was hit or miss across the area Monday afternoon, as thunderstorms slowly sagged south.
A few locations managed to see a decent amount of rainfall, while others only picked up enough to measure a trace in the rain gauge.
Weather Watcher reports out of Leona (Leon County) checked in with 0.91" of rainfall -- while Benchley (Brazos County) only managed to pick up 0.25".
Bryan / College Station officially measured 0.02" (Easterwood Airport) while parts of Bryan reported 0.50".
Cold Front is Through -- Now What?
The Brazos Valley's rain chance has come to an end -- now we are looking to get back to business for most of the week.
Hot, August highs will continue as scheduled -- however, there will be a different feel to the air. Latest details on how this "cold" front improves the Brazos Valley weather is up in your Monday Evening Weather Video Blog, above.
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