Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS San Angelo, TX

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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service San Angelo TX
409 PM CST TUE FEB 20 2018

Texas is experiencing quite a range of weather conditions this
afternoon. A strong cold front at mid afternoon was pushing south
across the northern and west central parts of the state.
Temperatures were falling into the 40s and 30s behind this front
with gusty north winds. A dryline was located just west of San
Angelo to just east of Ozona, with warm and dry air behind it across
West Texas. Spring like warm and humid conditions were occurring
east of the dryline and south of the cold front, with gusty south
winds. Showers and thunderstorms were numerous across the area east
of Interstate 35, and scattered in coverage to the northeast of San
Angelo and east of Abilene. Temperatures around the state at 3 PM
ranged from 32 degrees at Wichita Falls, to 86 at Laredo and
Falfurrias.

For our area, temperatures will be much colder tonight and Wednesday.
Areas of freezing rain and freezing drizzle are expected to develop
during the late evening and early morning across approximately the
northern half of the area. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect,
beginning at 6 PM across most of the Big Country and beginning at
Midnight across the Concho Valley and northern Heartland areas. The
Advisory continues in effect through the day Wednesday. The worst
impacts and ice accumulations are expected across the Big Country
area along and north of Interstate 20, where temperatures are
forecast to be in the mid to upper 20s. Farther south to the San
Angelo and Brownwood areas, icy spots could develop on roads,
especially bridges and overpasses, where temperatures should be just
below freezing.

Temperatures are expected to climb above freezing and into the 40s
during the day Thursday, with rain chances continuing. Much warmer
temperatures are forecast for Friday and Saturday, with a good
possibility of showers and thunderstorms.

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