Thursday Thaw!


SAN ANGELO – Temperatures Thursday morning rose barely above the freezing mark as roadways and iced covered trees, power lines and buildings began to thaw after days of sub freezing wet weather.  

The National Weather Service office in San Angelo says temperatures will rise above freezing to near 40  degrees Thursday allowing most patches of ice to thaw, but precipitation the falls and remains by Thursday night will refreeze. 

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Icy patches will form again on roadways and sidewalks overnight as temps fall back into the upper 20s region wide but should thaw out quickly again after sunrise on Friday.  There will be a warming trend through the weekend and temperatures will reach 70 degrees by Monday afternoon. 

Mathis Field recorded .20 of an inch of precipitation over the last three days.  That makes .7 for the year which is .25 below average.  Drought conditions continue as 2022 ended with 13.7 inches total which is 7.23 inches below average for the San Angelo area.  

There is another round of precipitation in the forecast for midweek next week.  

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