Strong Cold Front Increasing Wildfire Danger in the Concho Valley


SAN ANGELO – A strong cold front is blowing through West Central Texas Tuesday bringing cooler temperatures and an increase in the danger of wildfires one day before Autumn officially begins. 

According to meteorologists with the National Weather Service office in San Angelo, elevated wildfire conditions will continue through Tuesday evening with increasing gusty winds and dry conditions behind the strong cold front tracking southward through the area.  

Cooler temperatures will persist through Wednesday and then build back into the 90s slowly through the weekend.  

There is no chance of rain in the forecast associated with this cold front.  

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