SAN ANGELO – There is a possibility of snow or snow mixed with freezing rain across parts of the Concho Valley Wednesday, but just where that wintery mix will fall is more than a little complicated.
A strong cold front is making its way down west Central Texas from the north bringing much colder air. At the same time, an upper level disturbance is pushing in from the west. Timing is everything with the convergence of the two weather features.
If the cold front and the disturbance meet at the right time, that mixture could produce precipitation in some form. Generally, it could lightly snow in the western and northern counties of the Concho Valley roughly from Sterling City to Abilene with light rain or freezing mist between Robert Lee, Ballinger and just north of San Angelo.
The chance of measurable precipitation is very small. Scattered showers might occur briefly Wednesday before the entire system moves off to the northeast.
Temperatures are expected to hover just above the freezing mark Wednesday night before turning cold again Thursday night into Friday night.
Expect a warmer weekend with afternoon highs in the 60s and no chance of rain.