Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS San Angelo, TX

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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN ANGELO TX
503 AM CST MAR 1 2015

Overcast skies were observed across the Lone Star State early this
morning. Drizzle and light rain were falling across the Hill Country
and central Texas, while freezing drizzle and light freezing rain
were affecting much of west central and north Texas. Winds were from
the north at 5 to 10 mph across most of the state, with light south
winds found in the Panhandle. Temperatures were in the 20s and 30s
across most of the state with readings in the 40s throughout south
Texas and along the Rio Grande Valley. Temperatures were in the 50s
and lower 60s along the upper Texas coast. Temperature extremes at 5
AM ranged from 23 degrees at Pampa, to 63 degrees at Bay City.

Your West Central Texas forecast calls for continued cool and damp
weather today and Monday. Drizzle and light rain will continue,
resulting in icy conditions this morning. High temperatures today
will range from the upper 30s across the Big Country to the mid 40s
along the Interstate 10 corridor. There is a potential for
additional freezing drizzle and rain tonight, but impacts are
expected to be less due to temperatures much closer to the freezing
mark. Temperatures on Monday will be in the 40s across much of the
area. Much warmer temperatures are anticipated on Tuesday, with
afternoon highs in the 70s across much of West Central Texas.

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Johnson
















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