KLST Evening Weather Forecast; Wednesday June 26, 2019

Weather

A few lingering showers for our southeastern counties will be sticking around for the evening before fully dissipating. Our rain chances will be isolated for the remainder of the week and into the weekend. If you manage to receive an isolated shower, consider yourself very lucky, especially since our heat indices will be close to the triple digits for the next few days. 

We will be contained in a high pressure ridge for the next several days preventing any moisture from developing. Instead expect mostly dry weather with plenty of sunshine. Temperatures will remain close to average for this time of the year. 

Meanwhile, the east Pacific now has the first named tropical system of the 2019 Hurricane Season. Tropical Storm Alvin is picking up speed and gaining strength. This system has the potential of becoming a Category 1 hurricane by the weekend. If you are vacationing along the western coast of Mexico make sure to bring a rain jacket. Heavy thunderstorms from the outer bands of “Alvin” will linger over the coast, as well as the threat of strong rip currents. 

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Water Conservation Status

Standard Conservation

San Angelo is in standard conservation, which restricts outside watering to twice every seven days at no more than 1 inch per week. Watering is prohibited between noon and 6:00 p.m., but runoff of more than 150 feet down any street, gutter, alley or ditch is prohibited.

Report watering violations by clicking on https://www.cosatx.us/departments-services/water-conservation/report-a-water-violation or calling 325-657-4409. Do your part; be water smart!