San Angelo has been in a rather dry stretch lately, having not seen rainfall in 21 days. That streak comes to an end as we go through tonight and into tomorrow morning.
THE SET UP:
A rare July cold front slid through the Concho Valley today bringing some rain that fizzled out in our northern counties. The front also brought some cooler temperatures to the area. Rain has been rather sparse behind the front as the main chunk of energy slid to the east. We are watching a new chunk though that will move over West Texas tonight.
If you have evening plans – don’t worry, the bulk of the rain should hold off until after around 10pm. As we go through the night expect much more widespread rain to form especially towards the Pre-dawn hours.
Here’s a look at how the radar may play out through the evening – notice that storms begin to form off to our north and should slide in between 1am and 8am on Tuesday.
THIS SYSTEM BRINGS NEEDED DROUGHT RELIEF
Just take a look how much rain may fall from this system, this will be very welcome to our drought-stricken land.
Remember you can track the storms using conchovalleyhomepage.com or on the Concho Valley Homepage app. Be sure to tune into KSAN News tonight at 5, 6, and 10pm for the latest on the coming rain.
-Chief Meteorologist Josh Johns