MARCH 2nd, 2018 -- Saturday is bursting at the seams for events across the Brazos Valley. Weather looks to hold out for all of them -- however, increasing clouds will be a sign of rain chances to come.
Friday closed out the 2nd day of March with sunshine and highs in the low-to-mid 70s.
Saturday is expected to begin with blue skies across the Brazos Valley. For those in the eastern half of the area, especially along & east of I-45, the day will end that way as well.
Those in the western reaches of the Brazos Valley will slowly watch that blue sky turn grey as cloud cover moves in from the west and the southwest.
Otherwise, outdoor plans Saturday? No worries weather-wise!
Sunday outdoor plans? Well....
Overcast skies and a breezy wind is the main theme for Sunday. That healthy south wind should help nudge afternoon highs to the mid-70s...unless rain moves through enough to hamper that warm up.
Through the day, scattered, passing rain is expected at times. While rainfall totals are not expected to be big -- and some of us will remain completely dry -- it will be enough to send you indoors or under cover as that soggy weather moves past from south to north. By the afternoon, a few rumbles of thunder cannot be ruled out -- severe weather is not anticipated.
Again, it is important to stress: keep your outdoor plans. But be aware that Interactive PinPoint Radar on your KBTX app will be a helpful tool as showers likely drift through the Brazos Valley.