BRYAN, Texas — Clouds have build back into the Brazos Valley Friday morning. Temperatures are starting out in the upper-60s & lower-70s Friday morning.
The morning cloud cover should begin to break by late-morning Friday, which will allow temperatures to climb into the upper-80s, with a few lower-90s possible.
Changes take shape late-Friday into Saturday. The upper-level ridge that is in place, keeping hot temperatures around, will begin to move off to the east as an upper-level storm system moves into the Plains. This will send a Pacific cold front south into the Brazos Valley on Saturday. A few storms will develop along this front by late-morning Saturday, continuing into the early afternoon hours. The storms will be isolated in nature but a strong storm cannot be ruled out near the I-45 corridor on Saturday. Most areas will miss out on accumulating rains; however, if you luck out and get under a storm, a quick 0.50" of rain is possible.
Temperatures will cool down behind the cold front but still remain above average.