Northerly winds took over the Brazos Valley for 24 to 36 hours -- leaving a comfortable and less humid feel when you walked out the door. South to southeast winds have found their way home, which will bring back that typical, August humidity.
While the moisture will be slow to recover -- you'll start to feel it more as you get outdoors for your Friday and Saturday activities.
Small disturbances will pass to the north of the area -- not bringing rain -- but kicking up that south wind to be breezy level. Those winds in turn will help scoop even more tropical moisture our way.
Latest on just how stuffy it will feel over the next few days and why a breezy wind will actually turn out to be a good thing is up in the video weather blog above.
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