Watched for lingering showers and storms through this morning as low pressure to our north helped to assist formation. Once the front passes, skies started to clear out; we'll dry out and warm up into the lower 90's. Winds will be a little breezy at the same time around the southwest 15 to 20 mph. From what we've seen since last night, San Angelo saw nearly a quarter of an inch, bringing our yearly total to 0.75", still well behind the average; this time of year we should already be past 5". Tonight a little extra cloud cover is expected, partly cloudy skies with temperatures near seasonal around 58 degrees with light winds out of the southwest. As the system continues to push east watch for mostly clear skies through the rest of the week. Mostly sunny skies on Friday with temperatures near 93 degrees. Mid 90's for the weekend until the next low pressure makes it's way in by Monday. This may also bring our next chance for showers, for now holding off as it gets closer into the forecast. But cooler weather is expected dropping back to the low to mid 80's Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
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