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KLST Wed. 11/20/13 Noon Weather

Afternoon weather forecast for Wednesday, November 20, 2013.

More cloud cover across the Concho Valley, after a very warm afternoon yesterday. Very similar conditions expected for this Wednesday as clouds stick around this morning starting to dissipate through the afternoon. Still expecting partly to mostly cloudy skies as high temperatures warm into the mid 70's. Winds will get a little gusty from the south later today 15 to 20 miles per hour. The south flow continue to bring up gulf moisture allowing for the cloud cover and a start for possible showers tonight. Chances remain around 20% as lows drop to the 60's and winds stay fairly breezy. Thursday will stay warm as rain chances persist in the forecast. At the same time low pressure to our west will break off and stay off the coast of Southern California. This will allow for pacific moisture to affect the region increasing rain chances on Friday. Along with the rain a much larger low to the north will send a cold front through the region bringing cool and freezing temperatures at the same time. This is where things get a little tricky. Look for possible showers at 40% Friday with temps only in the 40's. Overnight will dip just below freezing making way for the possibility for icy conditions and freezing rain. Again Saturday will be cold staying in the upper 30's during the afternoon and lower 30's overnight. Behind the front is drier air but the pacific system will keep pumping moisture into the region so we could see some frozen precip aka snow, but most likely rain. As things look to wine down the low off the California coast will push east keeping rain chances through Sunday and Monday, with possibly more sunshine by Tuesday and temperatures starting to warm up into the 50's.

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