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KBTX Weather News 3 PinPoint Weather Team - Keeping you up to date on your day to day forecast across the Brazos Valley. PinPoint Weather Team: Shel Winkley: Chief Meteorologist (5PM, 6PM, 10PM) Max Crawford: Morning Meteorologist (BVTM) Erika Paige: Midday / Weekend Meteorologist Mia Montgomery: Midday Meteorologist (Noon, 4PM)
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01/03/2021

Saturday Night PinPoint Forecast: Sunday starts chilly, but ends warmer with more sunshine! We'll hold onto a warming trend into the upcoming week before our next cold front moves in midweek:

01/03/2021
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Happy Saturday! Hope you were able to enjoy the beautiful weather we had outside today.

The sunshine sticks around for a warmer (but pleasant!) Sunday. Join Meteorologist Mia Montgomery for a look at what's ahead!

01/02/2021

Saturday Morning PinPoint Forecast: It's a chilly start to the first weekend of 2021! We'll work on clearing out a bit of the cloud cover this afternoon with highs headed for the mid 50s. As high pressure sets in, we'll hold onto a fairly quiet weather pattern with a warming trend into the upcoming week:

01/02/2021

Friday Evening PinPoint Forecast: It's chilly out there, so take the jacket with you for any Friday night plans! We'll fall into the mid 30s early Saturday before we work in a bit more sunshine through the day. A warming trend then takes us into the back half of the weekend.

01/01/2021

New year's Day plans? Here is a look at your forecast!

Meteorologist Shel Winkley KBTX
01/01/2021

Meteorologist Shel Winkley KBTX

FRIDAY MIDDAY UPDATE: FLOOD WARNING for the Navasota River impacting Robertson & Leon Counties from Easterly to south of Hwy 21 |

Time: late Friday Night - Tuesday (1/5) Morning.

Flood stage will be reached by the evening, cresting 1ft shy of Moderate flood stage Sunday monday. Water is forecast to be in back in banks by Tuesday morning.

Water will be rushing past the river gauge at Hwy 79 at the equivalent of 7,000 basketballs per second.

01/01/2021
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Grace Leis takes a look at your weather for the first weekend of 2021

01/01/2021

A few patches of light rain/drizzle out there as we head into the final hour of 2020. Bundle up if you're headed out to ring in the new year! Temperatures fall into the 30s by early New Years Day ahead of a drier start to the weekend:

01/01/2021

New Years Eve PinPoint Forecast: We are heading into a drier evening to close out 2020 as the rain activity moves north of the Brazos Valley. Take the jacket as you head out to ring in the new year tonight -- it will be cold with windchills in the 30s!

12/31/2020

Rain moving north, making it's way out of the Brazos Valley. Setting up for a chilly and a less wet night to ring in the New Year

Meteorologist Shel Winkley KBTX
12/31/2020

Meteorologist Shel Winkley KBTX

FLOOD WARNING FOR THE NAVASOTA RIVER straddling Leon & Robertson Counties | late Friday - Sunday afternoon.

Water continues to steeply rise close to bankfull Thursday. Latest forecast is for the river to crest middy Saturday, half a foot above MINOR FLOOD STAGE.

Low-land flooding is expected from near Easterly to south of Hwy 21. Cattle in the flood plain could be impacted.

Crabb's Prairie VFD
12/31/2020

Crabb's Prairie VFD

⚠️FM 2989 at the Bedias Creek is currently impassable.⚠️
🛑 DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DRIVE THRU WITH WATER ON THE ROADWAY🛑

❗️The IH 45 Feeder Road near the 130 M/M will be impassable within the hour❗️

⛔️Water on the roadway at FM 1696 W. near Roberts Rd⛔️ Use caution❗️

⛔️Water up to the edge of SH 30 W. at McGary Creek and the San Jacinto River⛔️

12/31/2020

Raining at the lunch hour, but still expecting to clear out by your New Year's Eve dinner plans!

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12/31/2020

Rain still in store for the Brazos Valley. Stay weather aware as a flash flood watch is still in effect until this afternoon.

12/31/2020

Rain continuing through your lunch hour. Localized flooding possible.

12/31/2020
Meteorologist Shel Winkley KBTX

Meteorologist Shel Winkley KBTX

FLASH FLOOD WATCH CONTINUES UNTIL 3PM THURSDAY

Another 1/2" to 1" of rain is expected today across the Brazos Valley, more if we get some rumbles going. Localized, minor street & creek flooding is still a concern. Strongest storms could produce brief hail or graupel.

Clearing out from south to northeast mid-to-late afternoon.

[FORECAST POSTED 9AM THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31st]

12/31/2020

(8:25am): Scattered downpours continue moving north across the Brazos Valley.

Severe weather possible southeast, wintry weather possible west, but we're still looking for a couple areas of flooding before the afternoon is done.

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12/31/2020

*NEW* Drought Monitor has been released for the Brazos Valley. Check out this week's conditions across the area

12/31/2020

A FLOOD ADVISORY has been issued for a portion of the Brazos Valley. Travel with caution in low lying areas & near creeks / ditches. More details at KBTX.com and in the KBTX PinPoint Weather App

12/31/2020

A FLOOD ADVISORY has been issued for a portion of the Brazos Valley. Travel with caution in low lying areas & near creeks / ditches. More details at KBTX.com and in the KBTX PinPoint Weather App

12/31/2020

12:30am PinPoint Radar Update: Widespread light-to-moderate rain continues across much of the Brazos Valley tonight. Rain rates remain slow enough that issues are not anticipated. At times the rain beats a bit more on the roof than others. Rain set to continue through Thursday.

12/31/2020

A FLOOD ADVISORY has been issued for a portion of the Brazos Valley. Travel with caution in low lying areas & near creeks / ditches. More details at KBTX.com and in the KBTX PinPoint Weather App

12/31/2020

11pm PinPoint Radar Update: Just about all of the Brazos Valley is covered in some sort of rain tonight. Manageable, slow, soaking rain for most -- but there are a few areas we'll monitor overnight.

12/31/2020

A FLOOD ADVISORY has been issued for a portion of the Brazos Valley. Travel with caution in low lying areas & near creeks / ditches. More details at KBTX.com and in the KBTX PinPoint Weather App

12/31/2020

A FLASH FLOOD WARNING has been issued for a portion of the Brazos Valley. Travel is discouraged at this time and some may need to move to higher ground. More details at KBTX.com and in the KBTX PinPoint Weather App

12/31/2020
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Flash Flood Watch continues -- although not many issues out there at this time.

Rounds of rain and thunderstorms expected tonight & Thursday. Get the latest with Meteorologist Shel Winkley KBTX

12/31/2020

A FLOOD ADVISORY has been issued for a portion of the Brazos Valley. Travel with caution in low lying areas & near creeks / ditches. More details at KBTX.com and in the KBTX PinPoint Weather App

12/31/2020

A FLOOD ADVISORY has been issued for a portion of the Brazos Valley. Travel with caution in low lying areas & near creeks / ditches. More details at KBTX.com and in the KBTX PinPoint Weather App

12/31/2020

Wednesday Evening PinPoint Forecast: Flash Flood Watch continues for the Brazos Valley -- flooding is not expected for everyone, but we'll monitor rounds of rain and thunderstorms passing through tonight & Thursday. Here's the latest thoughts:

12/30/2020

Wednesday Afternoon PinPoint Forecast: Rain activity currently moving through our western counties with increasing coverage through the rest of the day as our next cold front moves in. A Flash Flood Watch has been issued for the majority of the area as rainfall totals add up through Thursday afternoon.

12/30/2020

A FLASH FLOOD WATCH has been issued for the Brazos Valley. Heavy rain is in the forecast through the advisory period. Flooding may be possible at times. More details at KBTX.com

Meteorologist Shel Winkley KBTX
12/30/2020

Meteorologist Shel Winkley KBTX

COLD & RAINY WEATHER ARRIVES TODAY / TONIGHT:

• Cold front surges in this afternoon before slowing almost to a stop across the East / Southeast Brazos Valley this evening.
• Temperatures drop 15° - 20° once the cold front hits (2pm - 4pm for Bryan / College Station)
• Scattered rain & thunderstorms are expected in rounds today, tonight, tomorrow
• Isolated strong / severe storms are not ruled out, but overall chance is very localized. Hail / wind would be the concern
• 1" - 3" of rain is a good base for much of the area. A corridor west of the Navasota River could collect 4" - 5" or more before rain ends Thursday.

More: https://www.kbtx.com/2020/12/30/eyeing-heavy-rain-and-strong-storm-potential-ahead-of-2021/
Interactive PinPoint Radar: www.kbtx.com/weather/radar
KBTX PinPoint Weather App:
https://www.kbtx.com/content/misc/The-KBTX-Weather-App-483718261.html

[FORECAST POSTED 9AM WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30th]

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2020 ANNUAL RAINFALL IS BOOKED. THIRD DRIEST SINCE I BEGAN RECORDING IN 2009.
Snook. 1.22" so far. 0.84" since midnight.
Snook total today. 0.74. Yhe meteor crater still not full.
Snook. 0.62" so far
Snook. Low was 24.1.
Snook. 31.2 at 9:25 PM
Snook Rainfall: 2011 - 19.56" 2010 - 2987" (second driest year since 2009 when I set up my Davis Vantage Vue) 2020 - 29.90" as of today
Snook. 21.6 this AM
Awesome clouds rolling through Hilltop Lakes!
I don’t have a Bible verse to encourage you all. But I do have a joke to make y’all laugh anyway! What kind of weather do cupcakes like? Sprinkles! Ha ha! Just wanted to say, as a blind, and visually impaired viewer, y’all are my eyes, and ears or weather. Besides the other departments that I get my information from the news, and sports as well! Appreciate y’all breaking in during bad weather, and staying on air on TV as well! That helps me, and those of us that can’t see get the information that we all need! Appreciate y’all doing that! Love y’all, and the news, and sports team, and I’m always praying for you all, and the news, and sports team as well.🙏🙏 appreciate everything y’all do! God bless you all.
Snook. Storm total 2.10". Sept. total 7.35". YTD 27.42".
Snook. 0.98 since midnight. 1.39 for the storm. 6.64 for September.