BRYAN, Tex. (KBTX) - After a rainy, cool, and cloudy day across the Brazos Valley, one last round of wet weather is expected overnight.
Rainfall totals averaged around a half inch for much of the area Wednesday. A few Weather Watcher checked in closer to one inch in outlying area rain gauges.
Overnight, another few tenths of an inch is possible as one last round of rain is expected to move from north to south between 2am and sunrise Thursday.
Severe weather is not anticipated, but a strong to briefly severe thunderstorm is not 100% ruled out. The Storm Prediction Center has left the Eastern Brazos Valley under a MARGINAL (1 out of 5) Risk for a potential strong to severe thunderstorm between 2am and 7am. While this would be the exception rather than the rule, we will need to keep an eye out for a stronger storm that tries to produce hail & gusty wind.
Main concern if it were to come together: along and east of I-45.
For most, wet weather has come and gone by the time we climb out of bed Thursday morning. Sunshine is scheduled to return to the Brazos Valley as drier air moves in to shut down this recent round of soggy weather.