Rain & thunderstorms move through the Brazos Valley Sunday

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BRYAN, Tex. (KBTX) -
Sunday Morning Update

Not much of a change to today's forecast from below. Areas of rain & non-severe thunderstorms this morning are slated to move east of the Brazos Valley by 10-11am. Scattered rain and thunderstorms are expected to redevelop through the afternoon, leaving on & off rain in the forecast through early evening.

While severe weather is not a large concern, a few isolated thunderstorms could produce heavy rain (leading to minor street flooding), lightning, & hail.
After a rainy Saturday, expect more of the same for Sunday, but the bulk of the activity should be focused further south.

Here's a look at the latest run of the NAM-4KM high resolution model:

The best chance for storms continues to be in the southern half of the Brazos Valley, but scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected for the entire region Sunday.

The primary concern will be heavy rain and flooding, with an occasional strong wind gust or two with some of these storms.

In general, amounts should be under an inch, but some folks could get a quick inch or two if a heavier band of rain moves over the same location for a longer stretch of time.

Here's a quick look at our PinPoint Forecast rainfall totals for Sunday:

Those totals are nothing to write home about, but we'll take every drop we can get.

Beyond Sunday, Monday will be much nicer, with sunshine returning for the afternoon, along with temperatures approaching the 70 degree mark.