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 MAR 2 2015

Across the state, skies were cloudy. Temperatures were in the 60s
across the Texas big bend, where some peeks of sun were developing.
Otherwise, temperatures ranged from the 30s across the Panhandle, to
near 40 degrees across the Hill Country, warming into the mid 50s to
lower 60s along the coast. Winds were from the north at 10 to 25 mph
across the eastern half of the state, and from the southeast to
southwest at 15 to 30 mph farther west.

Your forecast summary for West Central Texas, cloudy skies, wet
weather, below normal temperatures, and a return of wintry
precipitation will be the main theme this week. After a brief but
well-deserved warm-up tomorrow, with temperatures climbing to near
70 degrees, a strong cold front will cross the area Wednesday,
dropping highs back to the 30s to 40s for most areas during the
middle to end of the week. Ahead of the front, showers and isolated
thunderstorms are possible, with a mix of sleet and snow possible
following the frontal passage.

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