Regional Weather Summary
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AWUS84 KSJT 211551

Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service San Angelo TX
1051 AM CDT Sat Apr 21 2018

Late this morning, skies were clearing out across West Central
Texas. An area of showers and thunderstorms were still affecting
areas from North through Central Texas, along the I-35 corridor, and
eastern portions of the Panhandle region. Drizzle and patchy fog
continued to affect areas of South and Southeast Texas. Winds in the
West Central Texas area were out of the south and southwest at 10 to
15 mph, with north winds in the Panhandle, behind a cold front,
westerly winds in West Texas, and south to southeasterly winds in
South and Southeast Texas. Temperatures ranged from the lower 40s
behind a cold front in the Panhandle, to the mid 60s in the Permian
Basin, West Central and Central Texas, mid 50s in North Texas, to
around 80 in deep South Texas.

Clearing skies and westerly winds will lead to highs in the lower
80s this afternoon across West Central Texas. Overnight lows will
drop into the 40s, with highs on Sunday in the 60s and 70s behind a
cold front. Dry weather will continue into Monday with temperatures
warming back up into the mid 70s to lower 80s.

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