Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service San Angelo TX
340 PM CST SUN JAN 21 2018

This afternoon, a dust storm was affecting portions of West Texas
along and north of the I-20 corridor from Big Springs to Sweetwater
to Abilene. Visibilities had fallen to less than 1 mile in Big
Spring with 2 to 5 miles across the Big Country. Scattered showers
and thunderstorms were in CentraL and North Texas, from north of
Austin to Dallas, Fort Worth, Waco, and the Red River. Skies were
sunny across West Texas with mostly cloudy skies over the eastern
half of the state. Temperatures were mainly in the 50s from the
Permian Basin northward into the Panhandle, except for 30s and 40s
behind a cold front the northwest Panhandle, and lower 70s in the
Concho Valley and eastern sections of the Big Country. North and
South Texas were in the 70s, except for lower 80s in the Deep South.
Strong west winds of 25 to 35 mph with gusts to 45 were affecting
the Permian Basin, Big Country, northward to the Panhandle and Red
River. Breezy southwest winds of 15 to 25 mph were affecting North
Texas with south winds of 10 to 20 mph across South and Central
Texas.

And now your forecast summary for West Central Texas. It will be a
very windy through sunset, with wind advisories and dangerous fire
weather conditions west of a Brownwood to Ozona line. Southwest
winds of 25 to 35 mph will gust to 45 mph. It will be mostly clear
tonight with lows in the mid 30s. A dry weather pattern for the
upcoming week across West Central Texas, with lows in the 30s and
highs around 60.

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