Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS San Angelo, TX

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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service San Angelo TX
520 AM CDT Thu Apr 26 2018

Early this morning, a cold front has moved through most of the
southern portions of the Lone Star State. It was located right
around Brownsville at 515 AM. Clouds covering much of southern Texas
did persist north of the frontal boundary. Elsewhere, areas of
patchy fog have developed across West Central Texas. Temperatures
ranged from the upper 30s in the Panhandle to the lower 70s across
the Rio Grande Valley. Winds were generally light and variable
across most of the state.

Finally, here is the forecast summary for West Central Texas. Areas
of patchy fog may develop across the area. So make sure to slow down
if driving through one of these patches should there be reduced
visibility. Otherwise, dry conditions and a slow warming trend are
expected over the next few days. Rain chances are minimal through
the weekend. However, a disturbance is expected to move in from the
west for the beginning of next week. We will provide additional
updates as more details become available for any potential rain
chances next week.


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