Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS San Angelo, TX

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AWUS84 KSJT 292146

420 PM CDT SUN MAR 29 2015

This afternoon a dry front is moving toward the southeast through
the forecast area.  At 4pm the front was passing through Abilene and
Sterling City. Behind the front winds are from the northwest at
12 to 18 mph with a few higher gusts.  Ahead of the front winds are
from the south southwest at 10 to 15 mph. Temperatures across the
forecast area are in the upper 80s to low 90s.  Low temperatures
tonight will be near 60 degrees across the forecast area.

On Tuesday morning rain chances begin to increase from Junction
northwestward, rain chances will be 15 percent in southern counties
and 10 percent in northern counties. Tuesday afternoon rain chances
increase to 40 percent across northwestern counties and increase to
20 to 30 percent elsewhere. Overnight Tuesday into Wednesday morning
rain chances diminish to 20 percent over northwest counties and
remain 20 to 30 percent over eastern most counties. Rain chances
drop significantly by Wednesday to mostly less than 10 percent and
remain dry through Friday. Some thunderstorms are expected with the
rain with the greatest threat expected to be deadly lightning.

High temperatures will remain mostly in the 80s Monday through
Wednesday, warming into the low 90s on Thursday. A cool front moves
through the area on Friday with highs expected to be in the mid 70s
over northern counties and near 80 degrees over remaining counties.
Low temperatures will be mostly in the lower 60s through Friday
morning with Saturday morning lows cooling to 45 degrees over
northern counties and to near 50 degrees over southern counties in
the wake of the cold front.


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