KSAN Storm Team Daily Forecast Update – Sunday December 2, 2018


A slow moving cold front came through the Concho Valley and stalled to the south of the area. Expect our high temperatures to remain in the 50’s with overnight temperatures dipping down into the upper 20s for Monday night.

Expect the entire week to remain on the chilly side. 

Partly sunny skies are in store for us in the beginning of the week, then cloud cover will increase mid-week ahead of a cold front, Thursday night into Friday. 

Our next weather system is going to bring much cooler temperatures and rain for the Concho Valley. Weather models are indicating widespread rain across the state of Texas. 

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