NWS: Gusty North Winds from a Cold Front Drops Temps Sunday


SAN ANGELO – A strong cold front made its way through the Concho Valley Sunday morning bringing gusty north winds, cooler temperatures and some isolated showers to the southwest counties.  

Meteorologists with the National Weather Service office in San Angelo say the cold front blew through the Big Country around 2 a.m. and made its way down across the Concho Valley a few hours later.  The cold front remains relatively dry, but there was a chance of some brief showers just ahead and behind the front.  Most areas remained dry.  There is a slight chance of some scattered showers Sunday southwest of a Barnhart to Junction line.  

Winds shifted to the north and became gusty along the front.  Wind speeds were 15 to 20 mph gusting to 25 to 35 mph.  

Expect the cloud cover to keep afternoon temperatures in the lower to mid 80s across the area with north winds lessening throughout the day.  

The forecast calls for temperatures to return to average with highs in the lower to mid 90s Monday and continue throughout the week.  There is no significant change in the weather heading into next weekend.  

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