Thursday set to be another Soggy and Cloudy day

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Good rains fell across the Concho Valley on Wednesday. Although only a quarter of an inch fell at Mathis Field, some viewers called in with 1.5 inch totals in San Angelo. The good news is if you missed out on rain, there will be another chance on Thursday. 


As we head into Thursday, the rain chances will not only hang around, but increase as a cold front works into the area before stalling out. This front will squeeze our atmosphere like a sponge, and all the moisture will have to come out somewhere…and it will come out in the form of more rain showers. 

Don’t get so caught up on the exact locations on Futurecast – just take it as a sign that scattered showers will be around through most of the day on Thursday. It won’t rain the whole time – but almost everyone will see some. The rain could be heavy at times as well. Right now, models try hard to clear the rain out by kickoff time on Friday with a few showers still around – we’ll keep you posted.


Moisture will be slow to clear out – which means rain chances will hang around through Monday. After that, a pattern change clears out the skies and brings back “normal” temperatures.

Remember you can Track the storms yourself using our Live Interactive Radar on the Concho Valley Homepage and the Concho Valley Homepage App.

– Chief Meteorologist Josh Johns 

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