Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS San Angelo, TX

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR WEST CENTRAL TEXAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN ANGELO TX
1058 AM CDT Tue Apr 20 2021

And now, here`s your Regional Weather Summary, for West Central
Texas.

A cold front was moving south into the southern half of the area
this morning. Temperatures were cooler behind the front, and were
accompanied by gusty north winds. Temperatures at mid morning
ranged from 40 to 45 degrees across the Big Country, to the mid
60s along the Interstate 10 corridor. Skies were sunny over the
area.

Now, here`s a quick forecast summary, for West Central Texas.

Cooler air will continue to pour into the area behind the
departing cold front. Gusty north winds this afternoon will
drop off by late tonight as high pressure begins to build into
the area. Clear skies and dry air will allow temperatures to drop
into the 30s for overnight lows. A Freeze Warning is in effect
for the Big Country late tonight and early Wednesday morning, and
a Frost Advisory is in effect for central parts of the area.
Temperatures will remain cool on Wednesday, with increasing cloud
cover.

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