Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS San Angelo, TX

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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN ANGELO TX
515 AM CDT FRI MAY 29 2015

This morning, a line of thunderstorms extended from East Texas on
south into South Texas. Some of storms were producing very heavy
rainfall and flash flooding, especially just northeast of Dallas.
Skies were cloudy across much of the state, and mostly clear across
Southwest Texas. The winds were generally from the south at 5 to 10
mph. However across deep South Texas, winds were from the north at
20 to 30 mph with some gusts to 45 mph. Temperatures were mainly in
the 60s and 70s with 50s in the Panhandle and South Plains.

A cold front will sag south across Texas tonight with associated
showers and thunderstorms likely across West Central Texas. Rainfall
amounts could be locally heavy posing a flash flooding threat. A
flash flood watch is in effect for tonight through midday Saturday.
Rainfall is expected to diminish from north to south by Saturday
afternoon and evening, as slightly cooler and drier air moves into
the area.

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