NWS: Wintery Mix Will Stick Around Through Sunday

SAN ANGELO – The light wintery mix falling in places across the Concho Valley will linger through Sunday afternoon according to information from the National Weather Service.  

Saturday morning skies were overcast and temperatures were hovering around just above the freezing mark with light drizzle falling in places.  Most highways and roadways were clear. 

The precipitation will vary from drizzle to freezing rain to sleet depending on temperatures for the weekend.  Regardless of the precipitation, accumulation will be light.  Drivers are urged to use caution at bridges and overpasses.  

There is a 30% chance of precipitation in some form all day Saturday with temperatures remaining below 45 degrees.  Temperatures overnight will be around the freezing mark in urban areas and below freezing in rural areas. The rain chance increases Sunday to 50% with temps in the mid 40s.  

This is a developing weather situation. 


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