Rio Grande Valley Braces for Cold, Windy, and Wet Weather
Residents in Rio Grande Valley are experiencing a drastic shift in weather as a cold front sweeps across the region.
The Valley Storm Team Weather Forecast for the morning of March 17 predicts strong winds, isolated showers, and plummeting temperatures.
The front, which is expected to bring heavy rainfall potential, has weakened instability, but still packs a punch.
The fast-moving front is set to move across the area within the next 30 minutes to an hour, with winds reaching up to 45 miles per hour.
The storm has prompted a wind advisory until 4 PM today, with residents advised to secure any loose objects.
The Spring Break forecast, unfortunately, looks bleak with temperatures expected to fall into the 50s and 60s.
Rain chances are also expected to increase on Sunday, leading to a cool and damp period in the coming days.
However, the much-needed rainfall will benefit the area, despite not expecting significant rainfall totals.
The Calm before the storm is over, as residents in Rio Grande Valley brace for a windy, wet, and cold weekend ahead.