Update: As of Noon San Angelo as seen 0.11" over at Mathis Field.
Clouds increased overnight bringing a chance for showers throughout the day. Low pressure to the west sends off a wave of energy making for those chances to stand around 60%. This afternoon will be slightly cooler but still above average in the low 60's. Cold front moved throuigh the big country and continues to push south through the Concho Valley. That will help increase the chances for rain overnight into Saturday morning to 80% chance for thunderstorms. Look for cooler conditions for Saturday in the low 60's with clouds decreasing and drying out by the afternoon. As winds switch back to the southwest tomorrow speeds will increase, 15 to 20 miles per hour with gusts up to 30 in the late morning/early afternoon. Second front moves through Sunday dropping conditions back to the 50's and gradually warming back up. Sunny skies for the next work week near 51 degrees on Monday, jumping to 57 for Tuesday. Christmas day is looking pleasant with temperatures near 56 with mostly sunny skies. Next cold front potentially hitting on Thursday, going back to the low 50's.