KLST Fri. 06/20/14 6pm Weather

By Jeremy Linder

Published 06/20 2014 06:54PM

Updated 06/20 2014 06:58PM

Cloud cover really keeping a damper on conditions today along with the light showers early this morning. Most of the rain stayed south of San Angelo, but more could be on it's way. Another small bit of energy to our south could push northward through tonight possibly reaching the Concho Valley. 20% chance for isolated and scattered thunderstorms moving towards the west for Saturday. Again don't be surprised if the majority of the region stays dry. Temperatures tonight will drop back to the lower 70's again with mild dew points keeping humid conditions, turning muggy into the afternoon. Saturday starts off the weekend with those slight chances for thunderstorms and warming temperatures near 90 degrees. Low to mid 90's Sunday and Monday as high pressure tries to build back in before a trough of low pressure passes Tuesday. A little extra cloud cover with very small chances for rain, mostly sunny skies return by Wednesday with temperatures back into the mid to upper 90's for the end of the work week.

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