A WIND ADVISORY IS IN EFFECT FROM 7AM TO 7PM WEDNESDAY FOR GUSTS OVER 40MPH AT TIMES.....
Hold on tight because the wind will be howling tonight and tomorrow. This evening, the wind will be pointed from the south, keeping that mild to warm feeling around. However, past midnight, a cold front will move in and change things up. The front should come though dry, therefore, there is no threat of precipitation. Furthermore, in the wake of this front, a strong high pressure center will approach the Brazos Valley.
Before the center of the high move in, the wind will be the biggest headline stealer. Expect the wind to be sustained between 20-30mph, with occasional gusts over 40mph on Wednesday. Additionally, the wind will be coming from the north, spilling in colder air. The thermometer will have a tough time reaching 60° on Wednesday. Overall, its going to be much cooler, and very windy. My suggestion is to secure loose objects around your house or they might blow away. Also, it would be best to avoid any outdoor fires Wednesday as any fire could spread quickly with the weather expected.
High pressure crests over the area Wednesday night, calming the wind and helping the bring temperatures down into the 30s by Thursday morning.
Tonight: Mostly clear, turning windy overnight with gusts near 40mph. Low: 47°
Wednesday: Sunny, much cooler, and windy with gusts over 40mph at times. High: 59°
Wednesday Night: Clear, calmer, and chilly. Low 37°
Thursday: Sunny and pleasant. High: 65°
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