Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS San Angelo, TX

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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN ANGELO TX
1051 AM CST TUE DEC 6 2016

Late this morning, a cold front was moving south across eastern and
and west central Texas. Skies along and ahead of the front were
cloudy from San Angelo east to the TX/LA boarder, elsewhere skies
were clear in southern Texas with partly cloudy skies in the
panhandle. Gusty north winds were occurring behind the front. Winds
were 10 to 15 MPH with gusts up to 25 MPH in the panhandle. Ahead of
the front, winds were light and variable. Temperatures behind the
front ranged from the upper 20s to low 40s across the panhandle into
western Texas. Ahead of the front temperatures were in the mid 50s to
low 60s.


And now your forecast summary for West Central Texas. The coldest
air of the season will arrive by mid week and last into Friday as a
strong cold front will move through the area. Wednesday will be warm
and dry with temperatures in the low 60s. The cold front will move
through late Wednesday night and will bring a chance for some areas
to see light rain change over to a rain snow mix as temperatures
drop into the upper 20s. Thursday will be the coldest day with highs
in the low to mid 30s, with some areas seeing a wintry mix early in
the morning on Thursday. With light precipitation amounts and the
warm ground expect minimal impacts on travel. Thursday night lows
will be in the upper teens with some locations seeing temperatures
fall into the lower teens. Friday will be dry with temperatures
climbing into the low 40s with overnight lows in the lower 30s.


$$

Woodward



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