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KLST Wed. 02/05/14 Noon Weather

Afternoon weather forecast for Wednesday, February 5, 2013.

Arctic cold front pushes through the region bringing much colder air. Watching for a morning low around 26 degrees later today and only warming up to the freezing mark. A lot of the clouds will stick around so we'll not too much heating from the sun. And the winds will make conditions even colder as they stay breezy around 15 to 20 miles per hour all day. Going into tomorrow temperatures will continue to drop watching for near 20 degrees and only warming to near 31. At the same time one of the models is showing a small impulse of energy from southern california pushing through and keeping enough moisture to bring a chance for snow. It's light, mostly look from San Angelo to Abilene and north with very little accumulations but could make for patchy ice. By Friday a warmer trend is expected to return with highs near 48 degrees, feeling most of the effects by Saturday as we jump back above average in the upper 60's. Then the "roller coaster" ride picks up. A second cold front Saturday night is expected to push through dropping us back to the 50's for Sunday. Quickly warming up on Monday to only jumps back to the 50's with another front for Tuesday.

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