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There is a small upper level disturbance over southern California which bares watching, but honestly, it should not be a big concern at all. This area of clouds and showers should move though the southern Rockies and eventually turn into north Texas and Oklahoma by the end of the weekend.

What does this mean for the Brazos Valley?

Any rain that does fall should fall from I-35 and points west. However, there could be one or two little shower late in the day/evening on Easter. Overall, we should remain mostly dry for the entire holiday weekend. Keep your plans on. If anything does change, I will keep you up to date.

Tonight: Mostly clear and pleasant. Low: 56°

Saturday: Sun and clouds, slightly muggy. High: 80°

Saturday Night: Partly to mostly cloudy, seasonal. Low: 61°

Easter Sunday: Mostly cloudy, dry for most of the day, a late evening shower is possible, but not likely. High: 81°

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