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KLST Mon. 12/9/13 Noon Weather

Afternoon weather forecast for Monday, December 9, 2013.

The lack of cloud cover making way for another morning below freezing, but that wont last long. Unfortunately after a warmer day in the 50's yesterday, mother nature is cooling the Concho Valley back down. A cold front is moving through the region as we speak passing through the I-10 corridor by sunrise. This will bring the return of the north winds 5 to 10 miles per hour, along with cloud cover and chilly temperatures. Afternoon highs are only expected to reach near 36 degrees. Along with the clouds is the chance for fog developing over the eastern portion of the region. And with chilly temperatures that could also mean ice. The National Weather Service issued a Freezing Fog Advisory for the majority of the Concho Valley till Noon. Not only was visibility reduced but a thin layer of ice could form along surfaces with in the fog. As we make our way into the rest of the week, expect a warmer trend for a few days. Back to the mid to upper 40's for Tuesday and Wednesday with winds shifting back to the southeast and a lot more sunshine. That's when we see a second cold front pushing through just in time for thursday. This front not as powerful and not as cold so just a minor flux to the lower 30's before the warmer trend pick back up. Along with this a 20% chance for showers and moisture from the pacific moves in. By Friday we could finally see the 50's again before a third front tries to push through and slow down the trend. Near 59 for Friday, 58 for Saturday and 60 for Sunday.

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