BRYAN, Tex. (KBTX) - A quick round of rain is expected to pass through the Brazos Valley, primarily during the early hours of Saturday.
High pressure that drove drier, cooler air into the Brazos Valley Wednesday will help to flip around a southeasterly wind adding moisture (humidity) back to the atmosphere Thursday and Friday.
As the next upper low develops over the Rocky Mountains, a large part of Texas has a chance for wet weather sometime Friday into early Saturday morning. For the Brazos Valley, while a few showers are possible during the day, the more likely chance arrives between midnight and sunrise Saturday.
While a rumble of thunder cannot be ruled out, overall this will be a tame weather event. Up to 1/4" is possible by 10am Saturday, with localized 1/2" or higher totals possible.
Severe weather is not expected and the flood concern remains low at this time.