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Isolated to scattered thunderstorms are possible through the weekend. Thankfully, there is no threat of severe weather.

Meteorologist Symone Thomas has the Friday evening forecast.

SAN ANGELO, Texas — Happy Friday! We did have scattered thunderstorms move through the Big Country this morning, but now you wouldn't even be able to tell it rained. More strong to severe thunderstorms have started to develop to our west. Some of these storms could make their way into our western counties, but they will likely lose their strength before doing so. Isolated to scattered thunderstorms will continue through the weekend and Memorial Day, so it might be best to keep the plans indoors. No modes of severe weather are expected, but heavy downpours will encourage localized flash flooding on Saturday and Sunday. We'll have a mini dry streak around mid next week, but isolated rain chances will make their return by the end of next week. Stay with us for more updates.

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