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Brrrrrr!

You might want to bundle up and grab some hot chocolate tonight here in the Concho Valley. Temperatures could dip down into the upper 30s in portions of the region.

According to the forecast discussion from the National Weather Service in San Angelo:

By Thursday night, clouds clear and morning low temperatures will be chilly.

Here is a look at some of the lows forecasted for the area courtesy of the National Weather Service in San Angelo:

  • 41 in San Angelo
  • 40 in Wall
  • 38 in Sterling City
  • 39 in Robert Lee
  • 39 in Menard
  • 39 in Eden
  • 40 in Christoval
  • 41 in El Dorado
  • 40 in Ozona
  • 41 in Abilene
  • 41 in Ballinger

Clouds kept us out of the 30s this morning, but with the NWS saying clouds are expected to clear, we will lose our blanket above us, and we'll lose heat here at ground levels as it rises in the atmosphere.

But if you're looking for warmer weather, the good news is temperatures are expected to get up into the 60s by the afternoon on Friday. And the weekend looks even better with highs in the mid and upper 70s for Saturday and Sunday.

In the meantime, get ready for some chilly temperatures tonight here in San Angelo and the surrounding areas. Let's all hope the power doesn't go out as it did back in February! I hope the electric grid is prepared for the low temperatures tonight.

So, tell us are you ready for the cold temperatures tonight? It doesn't seem like too long ago that temperatures were in the triple digits. Do you miss that weather? I don't. Let us know on Facebook or on our station app.

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