Gorgeous weather continued across the Brazos Valley as we jumped into this short, holiday week. Sunday's near 80° temperatures have been knocked back 15° to 20°, thanks to last night's cold front. Overnight -- as an upper level system swings past -- scattered high to mid-level clouds will stretch over the area. Those clouds clear by Wednesday afternoon, as winds make a switch to the west.
Temperatures warm to the upper 60s Wednesday afternoon, before a late day cold front arrives. That will keep sunshine and seasonable temperatures on deck for Thanksgiving / LSU vs A&M plans. Clouds and our next rain chance won't arrive until the weekend.
Monday Night: Partly cloudy. Low: 40. Winds N 5 mph.
- As we head into the month of December, a handful of opportunities will be on hand for the Brazos Valley to catch the International Space Station (ISS) and Hubble Space Telescope (HST) passing overhead.
- Rain chance is increasing across the Brazos Valley, as an upper level system swings from the West Coast down to Texas. Saturday could bring a round of strong to severe thunderstorms to the area.
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