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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN ANGELO TX
530 AM CDT WED APR 23 2014

Across the Lone Star state this morning, skies were mainly clear.
Temperatures ranged from around 60 in the far northern panhandle, to
around 70 in deep south Texas. Winds across the state were mainly
variable around 10 mph or less, and several locations along the
coastal were reporting fog.

And now, here`s a forecast summary for West Central Texas. Watch for
severe thunderstorms to develop this afternoon and evening across
most of West Central Texas north of an Ozona to Brownwood line. The
main threats will be large hail, damaging winds, and ever present
deadly lightning. On Thursday, look for another front to push south
across Texas. However, temperatures will remain above seasonal
normals, with highs Friday and Saturday in the 90 to 95 range.

$$

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