Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS San Angelo, TX

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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service San Angelo TX
350 PM CDT MON SEP 25 2017

Late this morning, scattered showers and thunderstorms persisted
across much of the western half of the Lone Star State. As a result,
skies were largely cloudy giving way to slightly cooler conditions.
Temperatures were in the lower 60s in the Panhandle to the mid 90s
across the Rio Grande Valley. Winds were largely southeasterly at 5
to 10 MPH.

Finally, here is the forecast summary for West Central Texas. Due to
the possible heavy rainfall over the next few days, a flash flood
watch has been issued for areas west of a line from Haskell to
Junction. The flash flood watch takes affect tonight and is expected
to continue until Thursday. Be on the lookout for potential flooding
of low water crossings, creeks and streams, and low lying areas.

Otherwise, temperatures are expected to cool a little bit more once
a cold front passes through the area. High temperatures are expected
to be in the mid 70s with low temperatures overnight dropping into
the mid 60s.


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