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KLST Mon. 09/09/13 Noon Weather

Noon weather forecast for Monday, September 9, 2013.

High pressure pushing off to the east making way for an influence of gulf moisture into West Texas. This Monday is expected to be mostly sunny, but there is a 20% chance for an isolated thunderstorm this afternoon. Temperatures today will be very dependent on cloud cover and where we could see the showers. Best chances for storms will be located south of a San Angelo to Brownwood line. With that said going with 93 degrees this monday with very breezy winds from the southeast 10 to 15 miles per hour. Overnight rain chances will diminish as it loses daytime heating after sunset. Will still see partly cloudy skies and a low around 68 degrees. Winds will also die down during the evening to around 5 to 10 miles per hour. Tuesday will be pretty much the same story, but thunderstorms chances do increase to around 30% chance. Best locations for these showers will be to the west of a San Saba to Sweetwater line. That leaves San Angelo and the majority of the Concho Valley right in the path of these potential storms, so going with a cooler high around 89 degrees. By Wednesday high pressure retreats back to the west allowing for warmer and drier conditions. Wednesday expecting to reach near 91 degrees and staying mostly in the low to mid 90's for the rest of the week and into the weekend.

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