All this warmth is thanks to a warm front slowly lifting through the area.
The heaviest rain will move in around lunchtime: 11AM-2PM. Up to a quarter inch of more rain is possible this morning. A Flood Watch is still in effect until early Sunday morning.
TODAY: Showers likely with a chance of thunder later in the day. Heavy rain and gusty winds will be the main threat but an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out.
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We will continue to monitor the forecast on this developing storm in the days ahead and keep you updated!
The best chance for storms continues to be in the southern half of the Brazos Valley, but scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected for the entire region Sunday. "With an additional 1-3" possible tonight, and an already super saturated ground, flooding issues will likely arise. The warm front is now just to our south, and will try to push north as the day progresses, bringing steady rain in the morning hours.
Clouds decrease throughout the day on Sunday and we'll see sunshine by the afternoon. It will be windy at times with gusts around 25 miles per hour.
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After this storm exits, high pressure will bring significantly warmer temps into the area. Highs Wednesday will top out around 60 degrees.
Showers and isolated thunderstorms expected by later Friday afternoon into the evening. Drier weather works in Friday and for the weekend with temperatures dropping back into the 50s.
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