Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS San Angelo, TX

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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN ANGELO TX
357 PM CST THU DEC 25 2014

Late this afternoon, skies were sunny across the Hill country into
northeast Texas, with mostly cloudy skies elsewhere. Temperatures
ranged from the lower to mid 50s across the Panhandle, to near 60
degrees along Interstate 20, warming further to the upper 60s along
the coast. Winds were from the southeast to southwest at 20 to 35
mph across the state.

The forecast for West Central Texas, warm and dry conditions will
prevail through Friday night. A cold front crossing the area Friday
night and Saturday, giving the area a chance of rain, while bringing
a bring a return to colder weather for the remainder of the weekend
and much of next week. Additionally, a series of upper-level
disturbances crossing the area will interact with the colder air in
place to give West Central Texas a chance for a light mix of rain,
freezing rain, sleet, or snow for Tuesday through Friday morning.

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