BRAZOS COUNTY, Texas — We have a threat of severe weather tonight in the Brazos Valley, and heavy rainfall is also possible. A line of showers and thunderstorms should move into the Brazos Valley between 11 pm and 3 a.m.
The primary severe hazard will be damaging winds, although hail or an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out. Once the line moves through, the threat for severe weather should diminish by around 3 a.m., but showers and a few storms will continue overnight.
After lingering showers in the morning, the rain will end, and skies will begin to clear tomorrow afternoon. Temperatures will be slightly cooler tomorrow through Thursday morning. Then we'll see a warming trend with sunny skies Thursday through the weekend.
Remember to use protection from the sun. This time of year it's hard to realize how much sun you are getting, and you can get burned before you know it.
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