SAN ANGELO, Texas – A weak cold front will traverse the northern portion of our region today, ushering in a shift to cooler temperatures with a freeze expected Sunday night. As this front progresses, a brief change in wind direction toward the east to northeast is anticipated, followed by a shift back to the south to southeast by tonight.
According to the NWS San Angelo office, anticipate daytime temperatures climbing into the 60s before gradually descending into the lower to mid 40s later tonight and early Saturday morning. Additionally, expect an increase in cloud cover persisting through the overnight period due to this front's passage.
Looking ahead to the extended forecast from Saturday through Thursday, the focal point remains the impending cold front expected to move through over the weekend. Although the exact timing of its arrival remains uncertain, the bulk of colder air is forecasted to settle in on Sunday. Monday morning is poised to be notably chilly, with lows dipping into the mid-20s across the Big Country, while the remainder of the area hovers around or below freezing. A marginal chance of rain (20 percent) is on the radar for Saturday night and Sunday morning.