Quite the wake up for a lot of people in San Angelo as a severe storm moved through Tom Green Co. with recorded wind gust of 85 MPH at San Angelo airport. Damaging winds knocked out power, damaging roofs and tree all across San Angelo. The storm quickly pass through and move to the south where is dissipate out. Power was knocked out for about 20,000 customers in the San Angelo area, teams have restored power for most of the area, but about 1,300 customers still remain without power.
The rain chances will drop back down to near zero for the rest of the weekend and into early next week. Upper level pattern will keep things quiet from the north and northwest, but we will see more easterly winds for the week ahead. Easterly winds will keep us a bit cooler, only getting into the upper 90s for the most of the week.
Eyes of the weather world will be focused on the tropic as two possible system move into the Gulf of Mexico. Tropical Storm Marco and Tropical Storm Laura are both expected to move into the Gulf of Mexico. Two system so close in proximity will add uncertainly to both of their eventual landfalls, both the location and intensity.
Tropical Storm Marco is the western storms which will have the best chance of making landfall in Texas. Depends on where in Texas, that will determine how much moisture and rain will find its way to the Concho Valley.
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