Widespread rain coverage overnight. Not expecting any severe weather.
Thanksgiving was rainy and more rain is on the way. The main course of rain comes late Friday night and early Saturday morning. Scattered showers are expected to move into the Brazos Valley throughout the afternoon, mostly in our southern counties. The closer you are to the coast, the better chance you have of seeing rain. The Weather Prediction Center has most of the Brazos Valley under a level 2 out of 4 risk for excessive rainfall, with those closer to Houston in a level 3 out of 4 flood risk. Expect the majority of the rain to arrive late tonight. Not expecting severe weather with this round of storms. If any severe weather does pop up, it will be closer to the coast. The main concern, however, is not severe weather... it is flooding.
The Aggie Game against LSU looks to be wonderful. High Pressure settles in over the Brazos Valley Saturday evening through Monday, causing clear, sunny skies. Temperatures warm up to the mid-to-upper 70s by Tuesday. However, another cold front moves in on Tuesday evening. This one will not affect the Brazos Valley much, as only the tail end of the cold front will be moving through. Severe weather is expected in the northern portions of Louisiana, however. This front drops our temperatures into the low 60s by mid-week.
Saturday: Gradual decreasing of clouds and a 40% chance of rain early. High: 63. Wind: W 10-20 mph.
Saturday Night: Mostly clear. Low: 47. Wind: NW 5-10 mph.
Sunday: Mostly sunny. High: 68. Wind: NW 10-15 mph.
Sunday Night: Clear. Low: 45. Wind: S 5-15 mph.
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