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KLST Thurs. 02/06/14 Noon Weather

Afternoon weather forecast for Thursday, February 6, 2014.

The cold arctic air will continue to impact the Concho Valley as we struggle to warm up past freezing today. Only expecting cloudy skies with afternoon temps reaching 30 degrees. A light dusting of snow fell overnight with greater amounts to the northwest of the region. Bronte and Ambleside delayed school because of the conditons and House of Faith Backyard Bible School After School programs have been canceled.  Some accumilatiosn in San Angelo were reported at 0.2", 0.5 in Water Valley, 0.2" in Sterling City, 0.3" in Robert Lee and up to 2.5" in Abilene.  If you caught some great pictures of the snow make sure to upload them to our "Cell Journalist" section on the Concho Valley Homepage. (http://shareit.conchovalleyhomepage.com/) Just keep in mind that roadways may not be too bad right now, but icy spots may develop. Tonight expect very cold temperatures as overnight lows drop to the teens once again. By Friday afternoon winds start to shift back to the southwest starting a warmer trend as highs reach near 46 degrees. Saturday will jump into the 70's with mostly sunny skies, but that's where the warmer trend ends. Watch for another cold front to push through bringing conditions back to the 50's for Sunday. Then warming back to the 60's for Monday with an increase amount of cloud cover and possible showers. Tuesday takes another dive into the 40's with rain chances actually increasing and then back to the 50's for Wednesday. The roller coaster ride continues.

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