Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS San Angelo, TX

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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN ANGELO TX
600 AM CST SUN DEC 28 2014

A large area of rain covered much of central and east Texas early
this morning, with a little sleet mixing in across portions of the
Northwest Hill Country. Otherwise, skies had cleared across the
Panhandle and west Texas. Temperatures were in the teens and 20
across the Panhandle, but the clouds were keeping readings in the
30s and 40s across the remainder of the state. Extremes at 5 AM
range from 16 degrees in the northwest Panhandle at Dalhart, to 51
degrees in the Rio Grande Valley at Brownsville.

The forecast for West Central Texas, dry and warmer conditions for
this afternoon and for Monday. Highs today will climb to around 50
degrees and then reach the upper 50s and lower 60s on Monday. A
wintry mix of precipitation may develop for Tuesday through Thursday
as much colder conditions return. Mid week highs will remain in the
30s.

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