KLST Mon. 07/07/14 6pm Weather

By Jeremy Linder

Published 07/07 2014 06:43PM

Updated 07/07 2014 06:49PM

This seasonal weather pattern continues to be the story for West Texas. High pressure building to the west allowing for conditions typical for this time of year. San Angelo and the Concho Valley saw mid to upper 90's for the fourth of July and the weekend, and will still see it through this week. Tonight overnight lows will dip down to the mid 70's with mostly clear skies and lighter winds out of the south-southwest 5 to 10 miles per hour. Humidity levels will also increase allowing for a humid morning and mild mugginess for Tuesday. Dew points are expected in the low 60's to mid 50's as temperatures reach near 97 again and winds return to the south-southeast 10 to 15mph. A trough of low pressure moving into the great lakes but not effecting out weather very much, allowing for consistency. Wednesday expect near 96 degrees, dropping to 95 for Thursday and Friday. Only to warm back into the upper 90's for the next weekend.

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