BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) – A cold front moves through the Brazos Valley on Sunday. This cold front is on track to create favorable conditions for thunderstorm development across southeastern portions of the state, creating an elevated chance for heavy rain and gusty winds.
The Storm Prediction Center has placed the entirety of the Brazos Valley under a level 1 out of 5 risk for severe weather. The overall threat is low, but the conditions are favorable for one or two isolated thunderstorms to reach severe weather conditions. The largest threats with tomorrow’s storm system are strong winds (20-30 mph+) and small hail (quarter-sized or smaller hail is possible). A small threat for a spin-up is not ruled out but generally unlikely.
Scattered rain and thunderstorms are expected through the morning, midday, and early afternoon hours. As a cold front arrives, most of the wet weather should come to an end from the north to the south. Trading out the stormy weather for colder air spilling into the Brazos Valley as we close out the day. Temperatures are expected to fall from the mid-60s and low 70s to the 50s between 2 pm and 6 pm.
Planning out your Sunday? We'll have to duck around rain & scattered thunderstorms.
(Most of the) Wet weather clears by mid-to-late afternoon. Temperatures slip into the 50s as we close out the day #bcstx pic.twitter.com/gch8PjP1Tl
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