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More rounds of rain and storms ahead of holiday weekend clearing

Updated: 4 hours ago

From weeks of near and record heat to the coolest temperatures the Brazos Valley has experienced in about a month! Another mildly cool start to the day will be waiting for you as lows fall around the mid-60s. Monday’s outlook has shifted to be drier, with only a 20% chance for an isolated area of rain/rumble by late afternoon into the evening. Stormy weather is expected to develop across the western reaches of Texas which will eventually reach the area by or just before sunrise Tuesday. Gusty showers to bands of rain with wind 40mph+ are expected as we start the day. As that disturbance passes, spotty showers will remain possible through the morning. A drier afternoon is expected before a line of storms approaches from the north by late evening, bringing another chance for strong wind, some hail, and heavy rainfall as we try to sleep into the early hours of Wednesday.

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Updated: 4 hours ago
Headshot of Max Crawford, Meteorologist

From weeks of near and record heat to the coolest temperatures the Brazos Valley has experienced in about a month! Another mildly cool start to the day will be waiting for you as lows fall around the mid-60s. Monday’s outlook has shifted to be drier, with only a 20% chance for an isolated area of rain/rumble by late afternoon into the evening. Stormy weather is expected to develop across the western reaches of Texas which will eventually reach the area by or just before sunrise Tuesday. Gusty showers to bands of rain with wind 40mph+ are expected as we start the day. As that disturbance passes, spotty showers will remain possible through the morning. A drier afternoon is expected before a line of storms approaches from the north by late evening, bringing another chance for strong wind, some hail, and heavy rainfall as we try to sleep into the early hours of Wednesday.

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