Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS San Angelo, TX

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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service San Angelo TX
520 AM CST SAT DEC 16 2017

Late this morning, the northern half of the Lone Star State was
cloud free, but the southern half was overcast. In fact, some rain
showers persisted south of Eagle Pass though low rainfall totals
were reported. Otherwise, the weather was rather quiet with
temperatures ranging from the lower 30s across northern Texas to the
mid 40s across southern Texas. Winds were generally light and
variable.

Finally, here is the forecast summary for West Central Texas.
Another light freeze will continue during the early morning hours
before we warm up a bit to just above freezing at 7 am. Cloud cover
is expected to increase from south to north with an approaching
disturbance. As a result, rain chances will increase for today with
the best chances being across the Northwest Hill Country at 50 to 60
percent. Elsewhere, areas east of a Haskell to Ozona line will have
a lesser chance, but those areas could still see some rain showers
as well. Then, nice weather and a decent warm up is in store for
Sunday with high temperatures in the mid to upper 60s thanks to a
nice sunny afternoon. Similar conditions are expected for the next
couple of days.

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