Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS San Angelo, TX

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AWUS84 KSJT 271005

Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service San Angelo TX
505 AM CDT THU APR 27 2017

Early this morning, skies were partly cloudy over the Panhandle and
parts of northern and western Texas, and generally clear over the
rest of the state. Temperatures around the state at 5 AM ranged from
42 degrees at Graham, Cleveland and Denton, to 76 at Brownsville.

After a cool start to the day, temperatures will quickly rebound
across our area today, with gusty south to southwest winds. Highs
this afternoon are forecast to be mostly in the upper 80s to lower
90s. On Friday, a dryline will advance into eastern and southeastern
parts of west central Texas, and temperatures will be hot during the
afternoon. Highs on Friday are expected to be in the 90s across most
of west central Texas, with slighly cooler readings in Haskell and
Throckmorton Counties near a stalled front.

A few thunderstorms will be possible late Friday afternoon and early
evening to the east of a Throckmorton to Baird to Cross Plains line.
Severe weather will be possible with any storms which develop across
that area.

Friday night through Saturday night, the approach of an upper level
storm system from New Mexico and interaction with a couple of
frontal boundaries will bring a chance of showers and thunderstorms
to west central Texas. Following a stronger cold frontal passage
Saturday overnight, breezy and much cooler conditions are expected
across our area on Sunday, with clearing skies.

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