BRYAN, Texas — The warmest days of the year are expected to end the week as an upper-level ridge builds over the region. Another cloudy start expected Thursday morning with temperatures only falling into the upper-60s.
The morning cloud cover will quickly "burn off" leading to mostly sunny skies. Temperatures will respond and climb into the upper-80s & lower-90s.
The upper-level ridge sticks around on Friday, which leads to another day of temperatures climbing back into the upper-80s & lower-90s. An increase in cloud cover may keep most areas in the upper-80s. A storm system will move into the four corners late-Friday before moving into the Plains on Saturday. This storm system will send a cold front south through Texas. The cold front will move into the Brazos Valley Saturday early afternoon. A few storms may develop along this cold front.
Temperatures will fall into the upper-70s behind the cold front, so it will be a noticeable drop in temperatures, but still warm and remain above average. Rain chances increase heading into next week.