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KLST Wed. 08/21/13 Noon Weather

Noon weather forecast for Wednesday, August 21, 2013.

Another fairly seasonal afternoon across the Concho Valley. This afternoon looking for a little more cloud cover as high pressure to the west continues to moves into the area steering gulf moisture right into the region. Chances for thunderstorms stay mainly to our south with a Ozona to San Saba line. Any storms that do form will be very isolated and in the afternoon, but could still see from gusty winds. Majority of the Concho Valley including Tom Green county will stay dry with mostly sunny skies and temps actually cooler then the past few days near 94 degrees. Overnight clouds continue to increase to partly cloudy with a low around 70. May feel a little muggy as dew points hang in the low 60's as well during the evening. By Thursday afternoon the rain chances moves farther north encompassing the majority of the Concho Valley. Conditions will keep activity to isolated storms during the afternoon, but temps will also stay in the mid 90's. Consistency will be the key from here into the weekend as temps stay relatively seasonal and thunderstorms chances stick around. Best day for rain looks to be Friday afternoon but some showers could linger into Saturday. By Sunday we look to be drying out for right now and still seasonal, as temps just ride the mid 90's mark from 94 to 96 degrees through Tuesday of next week.

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