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 Freeze Warning is in effect for most of the Brazos Valley -- leading into Wednesday morning -- in the wake of our latest cold front. A chilly, but sunny, day is expected to follow on Wednesday.
Slowly Falling to Freezing
Scattered clouds are left in the Brazos Valley -- as of 8pm -- which are holding temperatures to only a slow tumble this evening.
Once those clouds clear out by 10pm to midnight, temperatures will be able to fall faster. We'll expect most of the Brazos Valley to sit between 30° and 32° by daybreak Wednesday morning.
Sunshine Returns -- Warm Weather...Not So Much
High pressure will sit overhead Texas and the Brazos Valley on Wednesday. While the sun will be shining bright in the sky, a chilly air mass and light north to northeast wind will keep things pretty cool across the area.
We'll warm from the low 30s in the morning to the low / mid 50s by 3pm to 4pm....and it will be a struggle to get there.
Just for perspective, our normal low for this time of the year is 52°. We only have a forecast high of 55° on tap for the middle of the week.
One More Chance at Freezing
If we don't happen to reach 32° overnight (and for that matter, even if we do) we'll look for one more chance to get that First Freeze on Thursday morning. For now, we'll put Thursday morning's sunrise temperature right at the freeze mark.
Something to keep an eye on. With clouds expected to return on Thursday, should they creep in a bit early, temperatures may hover just above 32°.
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