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 FRI DEC 26 2014

Late this afternoon, Skies were cloudy across the Panhandle, and
East Texas. A cold front stretched from near Wichita Falls, to just
east of Midland. East of the front, temperatures were in the lower
60s to mid 70s, with southeast winds of 10 to 25 mph. Farther west,
temperatures ranged from the upper 20s across northern parts of the
Panhandle, to the mid 60s immediately behind the front. Winds were
from the northwest to north at 10 to 20 mph.

The forecast for West Central Texas, a strong cold front will move
across the area tonight, bringing much cooler temperatures and a
chance of light rain overnight and on Saturday. Overnight lows will
generally be in the 30s with Saturday high temperatures in the 40s.
Temperatures will warm into the 50s Sunday and Monday but an arctic
airmass is poised to arrive by Tuesday, bringing much colder
temperatures, and a chance of wintry precipitation to the area for
the middle of next week.

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