KLST Wed. 07/30/14 Noon Weather

KLST Wed. 07/30/14 Noon Weather

Afternoon weather forecast for Wednesday, July 30, 2014.
For the fifth day in a row San Angelo has seen triple digits and today could be number 6.  Storms along a stationary front came right up to our doorstep early last night but never pushed farther south.  The cloud cover has remained but the rain chances have not.  Again, we’re watching for scattered thunderstorms north of the region in the big country.  Winds will be breezy as well picking up out of the south-southwest 15 to 20 miles per hour with brief gusts near 30.  It probably won't be until tomorrow that we see any type of rain as another cold front pushes through early in the morning hours.  tonight expect lows to dip back into the low 70's with mostly cloudy skies and only warming up to the low 90's thanks to that front.  Showers and thunderstorms will ride the cold front as it slowly pushes south through the area.  By Friday night most of the moisture will be out of the area along and south of the I-10 corridor.  The good news the cooler trend sticks around with a gradual warm up to the mid 90's by the next work week.  The end of summer is also fast approaching and KLST wants to end the season with a splash.  You can join us for this year's back to school splash party at Bentwood Country Club by entering online to win a pack of eight tickets.  Just click on the link on the homepage.  The drawing will be held on August 6th with the party taking place on the 11th.
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