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|Sunrise 7:28AM||Sunset 5:40PM||Tuesday December 10, 2019 6:50 AM CST (12:50 UTC)||Moonrise 4:45PM||Moonset 5:48AM||Illumination 98%|
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FXUS64 KSJT 101213 AFDSJT
Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service San Angelo TX 613 AM CST Tue Dec 10 2019
AVIATION. /12Z TAFS/
Light to moderate rain continues to impact the region early this morning, with MVFR/IFR conditions occurring where rain is falling. Expect the rain to taper off by the afternoon with cigs gradually lifting to VFR by the late afternoon and evening. There is the potential for patchy mist or freezing fog to develop in the early morning hours on Wednesday. Confidence in occurence is low, however, and will not include a mention in this TAF package.
PREV DISCUSSION. /issued 501 AM CST Tue Dec 10 2019/
SHORT TERM . (Today and Tonight)
Early this morning, a large area of light to moderate rainfall continues to stream northeastward across the forecast area. Rainfall amounts so far are in the one half to one inch range- mainly between the I-20 and I-10 corridors. Surface temperatures across the region are generally in the mid to upper 30s, with a few spots right near freezing. We continue to monitor the potential for some light snow or sleet to mix in with the rain this morning before precipitation comes to an end. However, snow falling aloft is battling a warm layer of air a few thousand feet above the surface as evidenced by bright banding on the Dyess AFB radar. RAP and NAM forecast soundings for KABI do not really dissolve this warm nose completely before precipitation comes to an end later this morning. Drier air is also punching into the northern Big Country as evidenced by the abrupt end of the rain shield north of I-20. All that being said, have kept the mention of a wintry mix in the forecast through the morning hours for those areas generally north of a Sterling City to Ballinger to Brownwood line. Cannot rule out a few snow flakes or sleet pellets making it to the ground in the pockets of heavier rain. Only minimal accumulations (if any) and impacts are expected.
Otherwise, expect rain to taper off for most of the area by around noon, with some showers lingering across the southeastern half of the area into the early afternoon. Skies will clear from north to south this afternoon as surface high pressure builds into the region. Clear skies and light winds will allow for a cold night with temperatures dropping below freezing area wide.
LONG TERM . (Wednesday through next Monday)
Generally dry weather can be expected with slowly warming temperatures through next weekend.
Although winds will turn back around to the south on Wednesday, we will still be under the influence of the cold surface high, so highs will still be below average, generally in the low to mid 50s can be expected, followed by lows dropping to around freezing Wednesday night.
Another upper level trough will move through the southern plains Wednesday night into Thursday, with a weak trailing cold front. However, the front is expected to be too weak to have much affect on our area except to maybe slow the warming trend, but highs will still warm into the upper 50s to mid 60s in some locations.
Northwest flow will become zonal from Friday into Saturday, resulting in temperatures possibly warming into the 70s on Friday, and likely on Saturday. A strong low moving through the Great Lakes region is expected to send a cold front into our area Sunday, that may "backdoor" into the area from the northeast. However, temperatures will are expected to be markedly cooler behind this front, with highs dropping back into the 40s and 50s next Monday.
PRELIMINARY POINT TEMPS/POPS. Abilene 46 28 54 32 / 40 0 0 0 San Angelo 46 27 58 31 / 70 0 0 0 Junction 45 28 59 30 / 90 0 0 0 Brownwood 44 25 54 28 / 90 0 0 0 Sweetwater 44 31 54 35 / 20 0 0 0 Ozona 46 28 55 32 / 80 0 0 0
SJT WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES. None.
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|San Angelo, Mathis Field, TX||33 mi||59 min||NNE 11||6.00 mi||Light Rain Fog/Mist||37°F||34°F||89%||1022 hPa|
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