Holding Steady with Warm October Days
Sunnier skies took the Brazos Valley back over Wednesday -- helping to warm afternoon highs a degree or so higher from the past few afternoons. A weak boundary is working into Texas from the north this evening & will continue to sag south toward the area tonight / early Thursday morning. While rain & storms are accompanying this boundary north of Texas, that activity is expected to fizzle after passing the Red River.
Any differences in the forecast? We'll switch the wind around to the east Thursday, which may knock moisture back a touch. Otherwise, we continue on a steady path of low 60° mornings and mid / upper 80° afternoons. Still details to be worked out but hit-or-miss rain may return to the area as we jump into the month of November.
Wednesday Night: Mostly clear. Patchy morning fog possible. Low: 63. Wind: SSE 5 mph.
Thursday: Mostly sunny. High: 85. Wind: ESE 5-10 mph.
Thursday Night: Mostly clear. Low: 62. Wind: SE 5 mph.
Friday: Mostly sunny. High: 86. Wind: SSE 5-10 mph.
--Chief Meteorologist Shel Winkley