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Spring really has arrived with warmer air, higher humidity, and unfortunately a fair amount of pollen flying around. Expect temperatures to hover in the middle to at times upper 80s for the rest of the week and into the weekend. Also, some rain could arrive on Thursday to pats of the Brazos Valley.

A weakening cold front will approach the area Thursday afternoon and there could be enough instability that an isolated shower or even a thunderstorm could erupt. However, this will be a very minor chance and not everyone will experience rain, just a few of us. If a thunderstorm does fire up, expect a brief period of heavy rain, lightning, and gusty winds.

By the weekend, a few showers will move in along a cold front and upper level trough that could be a HUGE game changer for next week. Long range computer information indicates much colder air will spill in and compared to where we average this time of the year, it could be relatively chilly next week. Stay tuned for more updates. 

Tonight: Partly cloudy, warm and a bit muggy. Low: 65°

Thursday: More clouds than sunshine, very warm and a bit humid. An isolated shower or thunderstorm is possible. High: 85°

Thursday Night: Partly cloudy, a bit muggy. Low: 65°

Friday: Mostly sunny and quite warm. High: 86° 

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