Happy New Year! We’re drying things out as we flip the page to 2021
After showers and storms roamed the Brazos Valley for the final days of 2020, we’ll look to dry things out into the start of 2021. A few light showers/drizzle are possible late New Years Eve, but the majority of the Brazos Valley looks to sit quiet as our last storm system of the year moves off to the north. Bundle up if you’re headed outside to ring in the new year when the clock strikes midnight! Temperatures will sit in the upper 30s/low 40s with windchills in the 30s.
Temperatures will continue to drop through the overnight as the cloud cover decreases, with most of us looking to sit in the mid 30s early New Years Day with windchills in the upper 20s for some! We’ll watch for a bit of sunshine to return Friday with some wrap around cloud cover possible into the afternoon. You’ll want the extra layer through the day as afternoon highs only head for the low 50s. We’ll hold onto the mid 50s for the first half of the weekend before plenty of sunshine and a warming trend helps us reach the mid 60s by the beginning of next week.
New Year’s Day: Partly cloudy. High: 52. Wind: WNW 10-20.
Friday Night: Mostly cloudy. Low: 36. Wind: WNW 5-10 mph.
Saturday: Partly cloudy. High: 56. Wind: NW 5-10
Saturday Night: Clear. Low: 38. Wind: W 0-5 mph.
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