Easter weekend is here -- and spring conditions have made their way back into the forecast. With an upper-level weather system moving in from the West, Texas could see showers and thunderstorms for the holiday.
That said, here in the Brazos Valley -- where rain is needed -- the chance remains rather low. Outdoor plans are shaping up great with mildly warm afternoons in store.
While the chance is low, there is still a shot at a few drops of rain for Easter Sunday. Chief Meteorologist Shel Winkley has the latest details in your Friday night Video Weather Blog.
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