Cloudy skies will persist this morning, allowing for patchy morning fog to develop. But as we hit the afternoon those with slowly decrease becoming mostly sunny and warmer. High temperatures expected to reach near 75 degrees today with light southeast winds 5 to 10 miles per hour. All while this is happening low pressure from southern California is making it's way east, bringing possible showers for the easter weekend. Saturday will see the first round of showers standing at 20% chance and increase to 40% overnight. Best timing looks to be the later afternoon early evening and into Sunday morning. Showers will start forming off to our west moving east across San Angelo possibly around midnight. Sunday's rain chances are still standing at 30% but once again best chances look to be mainly during the afternoon and evening. Totals leave something more to be wished for, but anything we get will add to our yearly rainfall. Some showers could linger into Monday, but with the slight potential watching for drier and warmer back into the mid 80's with partly sunny skies. Mostly sunny by Tuesday and even warmer near 86 degrees, possibly reaching the 90's by Thursday.
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