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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN ANGELO TX
1100 AM CDT WED APR 23 2014

Across the state, skies were mostly cloudy to cloudy skies across
the panhandle, where a few thunderstorms were developing, cloudy
across coastal areas, and sunny to partly cloudy across the
remainder of the state. Temperatures were generally in the upper 60s
to mid 70s, and winds were southeasterly to southerly at 5 to 15 mph
across the astern half of the state, with southerly winds of 20 to
35 mph further west.

The forecast 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. Highs today will be in
the mid 80s to lower 90s. Lows tonight will be in the lower to mid
60s. 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. A chance for severe
thunderstorms returns to the area for Saturday afternoon and evening.

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