Brownsville wasn’t threatened by the strong system that brought snow to the Upper Midwest on Thanksgiving and is supplying ice to the southern Plains at this hour, at least, not in the same way. There was never any freezing or subfreezing weather weather, really at any applicable level over Brownsville, and especially not at the surface. The moisture rich flow feeding all the inclement weather, however, was alive and well, and both Wednesday and Thursday, there were some fairly significant rains. It’s about as bad as it gets in Brownsville, because temperatures were still in the 70s ad 80s. Accuweather and Weatherbug were the odd couple that drew level for the day.
Actuals: Monday – .20 inches of rain, High 79, Low 71
Tuesday – .11 inches of rain, High 84, Low 75