After two days of passing showers across the Brazos Valley, Wednesday came up dry for the area. A last hope chance at rain is in the works for a few of us, Thursday, before we dry out and heat up into the weekend.
A weak area of low pressure will have the jet stream slightly dipped just to the northeast of the Brazos Valley Thursday. That will lead to a chance of rain and a few thunderstorms across Arkansas -- and possibly as close as North Texas
Here in the Brazos Valley, we'll look south to the Gulf of Mexico for any late day sea breeze showers to blow in.
Otherwise, we are talking about seasonable heat to take us into the weekend -- although, that means closer to 100°. Details are in the video blog above.
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