Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS San Angelo, TX

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AWUS84 KSJT 271716

1116 AM CST SAT DEC 27 2014

Late this morning, skies were cloudy across the entire state of
Texas with light snow falling over the Panhandle and drizzle over
the Big Country. An area of light rain was falling over southeast
Texas. A cold front has pushed south through the northern half of
Texas and was stretched along the coast of Texas. South of the cold
front, temperatures were in the 60s and 70s, with southeast winds of
5 to 10. North of the cold front, temperatures ranged from the mid
20s across northern parts of the Panhandle, to the mid 40s
immediately behind the front, with northerly winds 10 to 20 mph,
with some higher gusts.

The forecast for West Central Texas, a strong cold front will bring
much cooler temperatures and a chance of light rain to most of West
Central Texas today with a mix of light rain and snow this morning
north of Interstate 20. Highs this afternoon will be in the upper
30s over the Big Country to the lower to upper 40s south of the Big
Country. A much stronger arctic airmass is poised to arrive by
Tuesday, bringing much colder temperatures, and a chance of wintry
precipitation to the area for the latter half of the week.



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