A strong storm system, is still
on track to move out of Old Mexico and track across West Texas, bringing
chances for rain, sleet, and snow tomorrow night into Friday morning. Snow
accumulations of around 1" with some locations getting as much as 2"
are possible across the Concho Valley. Lighter snow, possibly mixed with rain
will be possible south of a Sweewater to Abilene to Brownwood line.If the snow develops, travel conditions could
become more hazardous across The Big Country and Heartland.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect from 3pm
Thursday to 6am Friday for the following Big Country counties: Coke and
Runnels.2" - 4" of snow is
possible Thursday night and Friday morning mainly west of a Sterling City to
San Angelo to Sonora line. That same time, a Rain/Snow mix is possible across
the Big Country and Heartland. Snow accumulations of 1" or less, with
isolated higher amounts. -->
Mid 90's today with plenty of sunshine. A comfortable calm and clear evening making it down to near the 70 degree mark tonight. Cracking the 100 degree mark tomorrow afternoon near the record high a...