BRAZOS COUNTY, Texas — A cold front will move through the Brazos Valley by Wednesday morning. This cold front will create an uptick in winds and drop temperatures.
Despite the cold front moving through the area, temperatures will climb into the low-60s Wednesday afternoon under sunny skies. This is still about ten degrees cooler than Tuesday's high temperatures. Evening temperatures will quickly drop Wednesday with gusty winds. You may want the light jacket if you have any evening plans.
Temperatures will continue to fall during the overnight hours Wednesday, leading to the coldest morning of the week by Thursday. Most areas will fall into the low-30s. High temperatures will only rebound into the 50s by the afternoon.
Fortunately, if you don't like the cooler temperatures, a warming trend will slowly take shape Friday into the weekend with 70s making a comeback. This is a good ten degrees above average.
A weak weekend storm system arrives on Saturday. This may create enough lift to generate isolated showers or storms but most areas will remain dry.
A gradual warming trend will take shape to end the week into the weekend before another cold front arrives late-weekend. Rain chances over the next several days are minimal.