Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS San Angelo, TX

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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN ANGELO TX
359 PM CST THU DEC 8 2016

Late this afternoon, an area of light wintry precipitation was
moving east into northeastern Texas. A cold airmass remains over
much of the state. As a result, temperatures were in the low to mid
20s in the Panhandle. Across central Texas, temperatures were in the
mid 30s. Slightly warmer temperatures were observed in south Texas
and along the Texas Gulf Coast with temperatures in the upper 40s.
Winds were largely from the north at 10 to 15 MPH. However, winds
across the Panhandle were light and variable.

Finally, here`s the forecast summary for West Central Texas. A broad
area of wintry precipitation continued to move off to the east late
this afternoon. The vast majority of the wintry precipitation has
ended across the area. The Arctic air will remain in place tonight
with low temperatures dropping into the lower 20s. Slightly warmer
temperatures are expected on Friday with highs in the mid 40s. A
brief warming trend and dry conditions will continue into the
weekend. High temperatures will climb into the mid 50s on Saturday
and the lower 60s on Sunday.

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O`Quinn



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