Updated: 11:23 PM After a record rainfall on Thursday, another upper-level disturbance is moving through Texas and is set to bring the chance for more rain -- some heavy -- to the Brazos Valley on Friday.
Updated: 8:15 AM Research is underway in order to create a more accurate and faster warning system for severe weather in the United States. The ultimate goal is to protect life and property, while giving residents, in the path of hazardous weather, time to react.
Updated: 10:53 PM A thunderstorm outbreak isn't something that typically goes unnoticed in a forecast. The big questions to meteorologists is normally "do these storms have the potential to become severe?" That is the question the Storm Prediction Center hopes to answer, hours before storms fire up.
Updated: 11:01 PM Given the right conditions, on the right day, severe weather can take a bright, blue sky and turn it into the platform for violent thunderstorms to form. The only way to get a heads up is to know exactly what is going on in the air above our heads.
Updated: 10:38 PM April, May, and June are typically referred to as Severe Weather Season. As the winter chill begins to thaw and warmer spring air moves in from the south, severe thunderstorms are not uncommon across tornado alley, the southern United States and the Brazos Valley.
Updated: 5:42 PM An upper-level low, and associated cold front, moving out of the Desert Southwest towards Texas will bring a widespread chance for showers and thunderstorms to the Brazos Valley Tuesday afternoon through Thursday morning.
Updated: 1:59 PM Interested in becoming a Trained Storm Spotter before the upcoming severe weather season? The National Weather Service will be in Bryan to conduct SKYWARN training at the EOC in Downtown Bryan.
Updated: 9:24 AM As a cold front / dry line combination moves through Texas and towards the Brazos Valley, a chance of showers and thunderstorms is in the forecast this Tuesday. By late this afternoon / early evening, a few thunderstorms could bring a brief round of severe weather.
Updated: 7:44 PM After slow to moderate rains fell across the Brazos Valley, the Flash Flood Watch has been allowed to expire for the Brazos Valley. Take a look back at the events that lead up to and that happened while the much needed rain fell across the region.
Updated: 8:44 AM The Houston / Galveston National Weather Service has confirmed two tornadoes touched down in Houston County on Christmas Morning -- one of which rated as an EF-3 on the Enhanced Fujita Scale.
Updated: 10:06 AM Multiple reports were submitted to the National Weather Service this Christmas Morning of a Tornado in Houston County, while a warning was in place. Damage was reported along Hwy. 287.
Updated: 10:55 AM Thunderstorms, severe weather, high winds, hail and even a brief tornado moved through the Brazos Valley Christmas Morning. The threat for severe weather has passed and is moving east of the area.
Updated: 2:16 PM Tornado Watch earlier in store for the Brazos Valley has been allowed to expire. Severe thunderstorms rolled through the area early this morning prompting tornado warnings and causing wide spread wind damage. Report storms on twitter by using #bvstorms
Posted: 2:17 PM Many Joplin, Mo., residents either ignored or were slow to react to the first warning sirens about a massive and deadly tornado this spring, partially because of years of false alarms, the government said Tuesday.