Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS San Angelo, TX

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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN ANGELO TX
530 AM CDT MON SEP 26 2016

Early this morning, across the Lone Star State, cloudy skies
dominated all but the northern panhandle. Showers and a few
thunderstorms dotted much of the central, southern, and eastern
parts of the state. Temperatures ranged from the lower 40s, in the
northern panhandle, to around 75, in deep South Texas. A cold front
extended from near Laredo to near Beaumont. North of the front,
winds were mainly from the north at 5 to 15 mph. Elsewhere, winds
were mainly light and variable. Also, some locations, along and
south of the front, were reporting fog.

And now, here`s your forecast summary for West Central Texas. Look
for mainly showers today, with isolated thunderstorms. Some showers
and thunderstorms may produce high rainfall amounts, especially
along the Interstate 10 corridor today. Highs today will be well
below seasonal normals, mainly in the 65 to 70 range. Rain chances
will continue into tonight, mainly south of a line from Sterling
City to Brownwood. The remainder of the forecast, through next
weekend, is dry. Afternoon highs will be very close to seasonal
normals, mainly in the 80 to 85 range. Overnight lows will be cooler
than seasonal normals, mainly in the 55 to 60 range.

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