SAN ANGELO – A cold front is making its way through West Central Texas Saturday bringing much cooler temperatures and relief from devastating wildfires.
According to information from the National Weather Service office in San Angelo, a secondary cold front will move south across the area Sunday dropping temperatures further and ushering in a good chance of scattered thunderstorms beginning Sunday evening and lasting well into next week.
High temperatures Saturday afternoon will only reach the upper 70s in the Big Country with upper 80s in the Concho Valley and further south. There is a slight chance for showers and thunderstorms in the northwest Hill Country and the southeast counties of the Concho Valley Saturday.
By Sunday, that second cold front will drop high temps to the upper 70s in the Concho Valley and bring north winds with a slight chance of scattered showers across the area. The rain chances increase Sunday to 30% and by Monday there will be an 80% chance of thunderstorms with a 40% chance the following days.
Rain chances and seasonable temperatures will continue through Friday.
There are no watches, warnings or advisories anywhere in West Central Texas as of Saturday morning and the 100 degree days are gone for at least the next six days.