Dangerous Winter Weather Continues This Week


SAN ANGELO, TX – A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect until noon Tuesday for the Concho Valley and there is more snow on the way this week. 

According to the National Weather Service office in San Angelo a Wind Chill Advisory is in effect until noon for all of West Central Texas.

Bitterly cold wind chills will range between zero and 15 degrees below zero through noon Tuesday. 

Winds Chills this low can cause frostbite in minutes. 

Pipes can burst and outside pets could die from the cold.  

In addition, driving conditions remain treacherous across the region with snow packed roadways. 

There is a 20% chance of freezing rain or snow Tuesday night into Wednesday and any precipitation that does fall will accumulate on already frozen roadways making driving dangerous. 

It appears rolling power outages will continue as long as temperatures remain below freezing which will be through at least Friday.  

This continues to be a dangerous weather situation.  

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