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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN ANGELO TX
430 PM CST SAT DEC 20 2014

Mostly cloudy skies covered much of the state of Texas late this
afternoon, except in far west Texas and the panhandle of Texas.
Temperatures remained cool throughout the afternoon due to the
cloudy cover, ranging from low 40s to the low 60s. Extremes at 4 PM,
ranged from 43 degrees at Bowie in north Texas to 61 degrees at Fort
Stockton in west Texas. Winds were varying in direction at 5 to 10
mph.

Temperatures today will only climb into the low to mid 50s for the
rest of this afternoon. Look for a little more sunshine on Sunday
afternoon and temperatures to reach the low to mid 60s.

Dry and warm conditions are expected on Monday, followed by a cold
frontal passage Monday evening and night. An upper level disturbance
will bring a slight chance of showers to the Big Country area, along
and north of Interstate 20, for Monday night.

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