Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS San Angelo, TX

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AWUS84 KSJT 292032

331 PM CDT FRI MAY 29 2015

Late this afternoon, Texas skies were clear to partly cloudy with a
cold front moving south into the northern Panhandle. Winds across
the state were generally southeasterly 5 to 15 mph with northerly
winds 10 to 15 mph in the Panhandle behind the cold front.
Temperatures were mainly in the 80s across Texas with 90s in extreme
West Texas and 70s in the northern Panhandle.

Scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected to develop behind
the cold front later this afternoon and through this evening over
the Panhandle. Later this evening, a complex of thunderstorms is
expected to build south into Central Texas. A few severe storms
containing primarily damaging winds and heavy rainfall will be
possible with large hail also a possibility. Skies will become
mostly cloudy over the northern half of Texas this evening with
cloudy skies over most of the state on Saturday.

For West Central Texas, A cold front will sag south into the
northern Big Country by midnight and through West Central Texas by
Saturday morning. Widespread showers and thunderstorms will be
possible across the northern half of West Central Texas this evening
and move over all of West Central Texas through the overnight hours.
Showers and thunderstorms will continue through the day on Saturday.
Rainfall amounts could be locally heavy posing a flash flooding
threat. Rainfall is expected to diminish from north to south by
Saturday afternoon and evening as slightly cooler and drier air
moves into the area from the north.



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