KSAN Storm Team Daily Forecast Update -- Saturday, November 11, 2017

KSAN Storm Team Daily Forecast Update -- Saturday, November 11, 2017

San Angelo, TX - A good southerly breeze brought our temperatures up to a high of 71 degrees in San Angelo today even in spite of the low overcast skies we held. Our sky cam network shows cloudy skies throughout the day, with stratocumulus clouds between 1100 ft up to 2400 ft today, moving from South-Southwest to North-Northeast around 30-35 mph. Through the evening hours tonight temperatures will only slowly fall through the 60s, but with a breeze of 10-15 mph, you'll need a light jacket or sweater if you'll be outside for extended periods tonight. Tomorrow on Sunday, we'll have another cold front enter the area. It looks to come in the late morning hours, accompanied with cloudy skies, and a couple of high definition forecast models indicate a small chance for drizzle tomorrow with the front. It'll be light and spotty during Sunday. Highs on Sunday with cloud cover will reach the mid 60s. Sunday night & Monday we do have a 30% chance for drizzle or light rain across the area. Lows Sunday night look to fall around 50 degrees, rising to a high on Monday of only the mid 60s, with cloudy skies once again.

A slight warm-up comes Tuesday with highs in the mid 70s, followed by our next cold front to come Wednesday afternoon, and another reinforcing cold front behind it coming on Friday.  After our chance for rain on Sunday through Monday, the rest of the outlook period appears to stay dry.

Low pressure over the northern Texas panhandle this evening, has a cold front extending southwest of it and will be shifting southeastward overnight to a position stretched from near Wichita Falls to near Odessa by 6 AM on Sunday morning. By early Sunday afternoon, the cold front will have passed San Angelo, heading southward to a position near Dallas extending to Brady and Sonora, before going stationary, later in the evening. Monday the front washes out, and a return flow of Southerly winds by Monday afternoon commences, and increases from the South on Tuesday at speeds of 10-20 mph, warming us up in to the 70s by Tuesday. Wednesday looks to be our warmest day of the week touching in the low 80s, before the next front comes in Wednesday afternoon.


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