Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS San Angelo, TX

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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service San Angelo TX
519 AM CDT SUN SEP 24 2017

Early this morning, showers and thunderstorms extended from the
Trans Pecos and Permian Basin on north across the South Plains and
Panhandle. The storms were producing heavy rainfall, especially
around Midland and Odessa. Temperatures were in the 60s and 70s.
Winds were mostly southeasterly at 5 to 15 MPH.

Finally, here is the forecast summary for West Central Texas.
Changes in the weather are expected beginning tonight as a
disturbance is expected to move in from the west. Our primary
concern is the heavy rainfall potential, especially in the Tuesday
through Thursday time frame. All indications seem to suggest that
some flooding may occur, however, the exact severity, timing, and
location will be decided as we get a little closer to the event.

Otherwise, a break from the heat is coming as the expected storm
system approaches. Increased cloud cover on Sunday afternoon will
leave high temperatures in the upper 80s. Temperatures on Monday and
for the remainder of the work week will be in the upper 70s to lower
80s due to a cold front passing through the area.


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