College Station Local Forecast

An arctic cold front will move through the Brazos Valley this evening bringing a rapid drop in temperatures and a good chance of light rain, changing to freezing rain and sleet by around 3 AM. The precipitation could become mainly sleet and snow on Tuesd

WINTER STORM WARNING FOR THE BRAZOS VALLEY THROUGH TUESDAY.... 

An arctic cold front will move through the Brazos Valley this evening bringing a rapid drop in temperatures and a good chance of light rain, changing to freezing rain and sleet by around 3 AM.  The precipitation could become mainly sleet and snow on Tuesday, and 1-2 inch accumulation is possible.  Clouds will start to clear out Tuesday night leading to a bitterly cold night and a hard freeze.  Wednesday will bring a return of sunshine, but the air will retain a definite chill until a warming trend begins late in the week.

 

TONIGHT:  Cloudy with a 70% chance of light rain changing to freezing rain, sleet and snow after midnight.  Low 27°.  Winds E 5-10 mph becoming N 15-20 mph late evening.

TUESDAY:  Cloudy and very cold with a 60% chance of sleet and snow.  High 29°.  Winds N 15-20 mph.

TUESDAY NIGHT:  Decreasing clouds and very cold.  Low 19°.  Winds N 5-10 mph.

WEDNESDAY:  Mostly sunny.  High 39°.  Winds NE 5-10 mph.

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