Afternoon weather forecast for Thursday, June 12, 2014.
After a crazy night yesterday, the ConchoValley is expecting to see another warm and muggy afternoon. So far the National Weather Service has not confirmed if a tornado touched down last night, but strong winds defiantly caused a lot of damages. KLST was without power from around last night to about this morning. Tree limbs are scattered across the city as well as several other much larger debris. Tune into the news tonight at six for a full report on the damage and clean up. As far as today we're watching for a cold front to push through helping to cool us down before the weekend. Winds are shifting back towards the north and staying breezy. Along the front we could still see a scattered to isolated storm, 20% chance. Once it moves through conditions start to dry out once again. Tomorrow is expected to only see the lower 90's thanks to the front, but with high pressure building right back in the weekend will once again flirt with those triple digits. Saturday expect to see near 98 degrees, Sunday as well. Possibly dropping to the mid 90's by the middle of the next work week.
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A 46 year old San Angelo man is facing a felony charge in connection with the assault of an elderly man at Bosque Park at one-thirty this morning. The elderly man was located at the park and remains in serious condition.
Kendall Griffin remains in the county jail.
The Tom Green County 4-H Food Challenge team are ranked top in the state, and for the first time have been chosen to compete in the Great American Seafood Cook-off in New Orleans. The team cooked up a special dish to represent the great state of Texas in the competition.
Spectators filled Middle Concho Park, this weekend at Lake Nasworthy, to witness the largest and longest running wakeboard tournament in the state. The Wake the Desert competition has returned to San Angelo for the 14th year.
A sewer leak has nearly 80 families distraught wondering if they'll have places to live. Residents of the Stardust Mobile Home Community were told they may need to temporarily vacate their homes until the problem is resolved.
At the Water Treatment Plant, Friday city employees are replacing a 7-year-old water filter with a new one and, for the first time, the city is trying a different method in order to reduce the cloudiness in the water.
Dozens of Christians gathered and held hands in downtown San Angelo Thursday during a prayer chain.
During the first prayer chain a few months ago, they prayed for rain. Tonight, they gathered to give thanks for our recent rains.
A pickup driver from Montana rolled his vehicle Wednesday morning near the San Angelo State Park.
He told troopers he fell asleep at the wheel. He was issued a citation for failing to drive in a single lane.
More than 57,000 children have flooded the U.S. border in the past eight-months. The immigration crisis has overwhelmed our resources and rekindled the issue of immigration and border security in our country; now local governments are getting in on the action making their opinions heard about housing these several thousand children. Before a crowded court, Tuesday, Tom Green County Commissioners passed a resolution preventing the housing of undocumented children within our county lines. The heated discussion lasted more than an hour between Commissioner's and the dozens of residents in attendance, but in the end, the statement was made that we are in opposition of serving as a safe-house for illegal immigrants.