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Cooler temperatures and more rain bring a better week for West Texans

Meteorologist Symone Thomas has the Monday night forecast.

SAN ANGELO, Texas — Some of our southern counties have seen a few showers from the outer bands of the tropical disturbance that is impacting southern Texas. Cloud cover has extended as far north as the Big Country, but the rain is confined to the I-10 corridor. Current temperatures across West Texas are ranging from the upper 70s in our southern counties to the lower 90s in our northern counties. Overnight lows will be near-average. Temperatures will dip into the lower to mid 70s under partly cloudy skies. We'll see two more days of highs in the upper 90s before a mid-week cold front knocks us down to the lower to mid 90s. Along with the drop in temperatures, we'll see an increase in rain chances following the passage of the cold front. Thankfully, these impacts are looking to stick around beyond the current forecast period. The Climate Prediction Center is forecasting below-average temperatures and above-average precipitation for the next two weeks. We'll keep track of this situation and keep you aware of any changes to the forecast.

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