Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS San Angelo, TX

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AWUS84 KSJT 071636 CCA

1035 AM CST WED DEC 7 2016

Late this morning, skies were mostly cloudy over Texas, with areas
in western Texas reporting patchy fog. Winds were light and variable
across the state. Temperatures ranged from the low to mid 20s in the
northern portions of the panhandle with low to mid 30s across the
southern panhandle. Temperatures were in the mid to upper 40s across
much of central Texas. Temperatures along the coast were in the
upper 50s with some areas approaching 60. The warm spot was
Brownsville with a temperature of 66 degrees.

And now your forecast summary for West Central Texas. Early morning
clouds will slowly dissipate over the area today allowing for some
sunshine by late afternoon. Temperatures will begin to moderate once
the clouds move out with highs approaching 60 degrees across the


A strong cold front will move into the area late Wednesday night.
Light rain will form along the front and will change over to a
wintry mix by early Thursday morning. Overnight temperatures
Wednesday night will drop into the lower 30s. Thursday will be the
coldest day with a chance of a freezing rain and sleet in the early
morning with the precipitation changing to a rain snow mix by late
morning. Accumulations of less than half an inch is possible in some
locations. Use caution while traveling over bridges and overpasses
during the Thursday morning commute. Highs will be in the low 30s on
Thursday with overnight lows in the lower 20s, some areas could see
overnight lows in the upper teens. Friday will be cold and dry with
highs in the low to mid 40s with overnight lows in the lower 30s.


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