Tornado Watch has been allowed to expire
BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - The Storm Prediction Center has issued a TORNADO WATCH for the northeastern portions of the Brazos Valley.
9PM UPDATE: The Tornado Watch has been allowed to expire for all Brazos Valley counties.
7:30PM UPDATE: The Watch has been dropped from Leon and Robertson counties. The watch remains in place for Houston and Trinity counties until 9pm this evening.
The Storm Prediction Center has issued a TORNADO WATCH for the following Brazos Valley counties:
Storms are expected to fire north of the Brazos Valley this afternoon as a cold front pushes through Texas, the midwest, and the southeast. Showers and thunderstorms could persist in the Brazos Valley until 9 or 10 PM.
Potential impacts include:
- Isolated tornadoes
- Large hail (up to hen egg sized)
- Strong winds (gusts possible up to 70 mph+)
The counties included in the tornado watch are more likely to see strong winds and large hail. Storms weaken as they transition south of Brazos County.
Here is what the most-recent high-resolution model run is predicting the atmosphere will look like on Friday evening. Storms will mostly only impact the northeastern parts of the Brazos Valley.
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