Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS San Angelo, TX

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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service San Angelo TX
530 AM CST SAT FEB 24 2018

Across the Lone Star State this morning, cloudy skies dominated.
Temperatures ranged from the lower 30s, across the northern
panhandle, to the lower 70s, in deep South Texas. Winds were
variable, at 10 mph or less. Many locations were reporting fog, and
some of those areas were under a Dense Fog Advisory, for this
morning. Also, a band of showers, with a few thunderstorms, was
moving toward the northeast, across the eastern half of the state.

And now, here`s your forecast summary for West Central Texas. A
Dense Fog Advisory is in effect for the eastern Big Country and all
of the Heartland, until 9 AM CST this morning. Showers and
thunderstorms remain in the forecast for this morning, as another
cold front approaches from the west. The front will move, from west
to east, across West Central Texas this afternoon and bring gusty
winds from the west, along with clearing skies. Also, some of the
western Big Country and northwestern Concho Valley may see periods
of blowing dust this afternoon. Otherwise, highs today will range
from the mid 60s north, to the mid 70s, across the Northwest Hill
Country, in the Junction and Mason areas. Then, expect dry
conditions for the next few days, with afternoon highs remaining
above seasonal normals.

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