Published: Thu, October 12, 2017
Worldwide | By Isabel Fisher

Warmer days return, but rain holds off for now — FIRST ALERT FORECAST

Warmer days return, but rain holds off for now — FIRST ALERT FORECAST

The latest picture will be two cold fronts in this First Alert forecast. Our coolest night will be Thursday night into Friday morning with some mid to upper 30s possible! Saturday will be mostly cloudy at times with the chance for a scattered shower, but the day won't be a washout by any means.

Thursday we will have variable sunshine more humid with light winds again and warmer with a high of 88.

Showers and storms stick around for much of this evening with lows in the lower 60s. Nothing big - showers should be scattered, and rainfall totals should remain below a tenth of an inch.


Yesterday's cool front didn't bring an immediate cool-down to the area, but we should see temperatures about 3-5 degrees cooler this afternoon. High pressure continues to build in across the region, any clouds left over from Wednesday are gone. Highs will only reach the 70s. High: Mid-upper 70s. We will not notice too much change by Monday but come Tuesday morning through the remainder of the week, fall will be felt.

Before the front arrived in San Angelo Monday afternoon, the airport there tied the record high for the date of 97. Tuesday should be partly sunny and seasonably cool with highs in the middle 60s.

We're looking at a far better afternoon than yesterday with sunshine and a few clouds in the mix.

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