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Strong storms continue to push across the Brazos Valley Saturday night

Updated: 41 minutes ago

Strong thunderstorms continue to push across portions of the Brazos Valley overnight Saturday as the highly-advertised cold front continues its trek south. While the vast majority of the activity has remained sub-severe, wind gusts upwards 30-40 mph and small have been found in these thunderstorms, along with PLENTY of lightning and heavy rainfall. The previously-issued Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been allowed to expire for Milam, Robertson and Leon counties, but another watch has been issued for Austin, Burleson, Lee and Washington counties, running through 4 am. Strong storms will continue to move to the southeast, making for a noisy night across portions of the Brazos Valley. Continue to keep your KBTX PinPoint Weather App nearby with notifications turned on loud to receive weather alerts should we find them in our area. Lingering rain may stick around to start the day Sunday, before we scatter things out and trend drier into the afternoon. Cooler air then arrives for the second half of the weekend (compared to what we’ve found over the past few weeks) with lows in the 60s Sunday morning followed by highs in the low 80s for most.

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Updated: 41 minutes ago
Headshot of Mia Montgomery, Midday/Weekend Meteorologist

Strong thunderstorms continue to push across portions of the Brazos Valley overnight Saturday as the highly-advertised cold front continues its trek south. While the vast majority of the activity has remained sub-severe, wind gusts upwards 30-40 mph and small have been found in these thunderstorms, along with PLENTY of lightning and heavy rainfall. The previously-issued Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been allowed to expire for Milam, Robertson and Leon counties, but another watch has been issued for Austin, Burleson, Lee and Washington counties, running through 4 am. Strong storms will continue to move to the southeast, making for a noisy night across portions of the Brazos Valley. Continue to keep your KBTX PinPoint Weather App nearby with notifications turned on loud to receive weather alerts should we find them in our area. Lingering rain may stick around to start the day Sunday, before we scatter things out and trend drier into the afternoon. Cooler air then arrives for the second half of the weekend (compared to what we’ve found over the past few weeks) with lows in the 60s Sunday morning followed by highs in the low 80s for most.

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