KLST AM Forecast: Wednesday, February 26th

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Temperatures for today will be cooler with highs only expected to reach the upper 40s to lower 50s throughout the Concho Valley. We will begin a warming trend with the return of 60s tomorrow with highs reaching the 70s by the weekend and reaching 80 by the start of next week.

While temperatures will be warming up to the 80s by the start of next week, another cold front is on the way that will cool temperatures back down into the 60s.

Our lows will also see a warming trend as well with temperatures at night increase from the 20s and 30s into the 50s by this weekend.

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