BRYAN, Texas — We have one more day of scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms before the faucet gets turned off. An upper-level low that has been hanging out over Texas this week will be moving west of the state by Friday as high pressure starts to build overhead.
The high will bring hotter and drier weather to the Brazos Valley this weekend and beyond. Rain chances drop to near zero, and temperatures rise to the mid and upper 90s.
To top it off, heat index readings could range from 104-108 degrees, close to heat advisory criteria. Keep heat safety in mind: Drink plenty of water, and take frequent breaks to cool off.