Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS San Angelo, TX

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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN ANGELO TX
1100 AM CST MAR 1 2015

Overcast skies continue across most of the Lone Star State late
this morning. Drizzle and light rain was observed across central
and eastern Texas, with freezing fog occurring across the Texas
Panhandle into northwest Texas. Winds were calm to light
southeasterly across the Panhandle and from the north and northeast
at 5 to 10 mph across the remainder of the state. Temperatures were
in the upper 20s across the Panhandle, in the 30s across the Central
part of the state and in the 40s and 50s over southeast and south
Texas. Extremes at 10 am ranged from 25 degrees in Amarillo, to 62
in Lake Jackson along the Texas Gulf Coast.

The forecast for West Central Texas calls for cool and damp weather
through Monday. Expect periods of drizzle and light rain today, with
some freezing drizzle possible tonight across the Concho Valley,
Heartland and Big Country. High temperatures this afternoon will
range from the middle 30s across the Big Country, to the middle 40s
along the Interstate 10 corridor. Temperatures will warm above
freezing across the entire area on Monday, with afternoon highs in
the 40s across much of the area. Temperatures will be much warmer by
Tuesday with afternoon highs in the 70s.

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