Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS San Angelo, TX

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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service San Angelo TX
447 AM CDT FRI Apr 20 2018

Isolated showers and thunderstorms were affecting the Lower Rio
Grande Valley south of Del Rio early this morning. Skies were cloudy
across most of the state, except for clear skies in the Far West,
Southwest Mountains and Permian Basin. Much of Texas had
temperatures in the 50s, Exceptions were 40s in the Panhandle, along
the Red River and in east Texas; and 60s in South Central Texas,
Lower Rio Grande and Deep South Texas. Winds were east to southeast
5 to 15 mph statewide, except for stronger southeast winds of 20 to
30 mph from the Permian Basin north into the Panhandle.

The West Central Texas forecast summary. Mostly cloudy with a chance
of showers and thunderstorms into Saturday. A cold front will move
through Saturday afternoon and evening. Sunny skies are expected on
Sunday. Highs will be in lower 70s today, mid 70s to lower 80s
Saturday and upper 60s to mid 70s Sunday.

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