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Cooler temperatures and moderate rain chances are on the way with our next cold front.

Meteorologist Symone Thomas has the Monday evening forecast.

SAN ANGELO, Texas — Happy Monday, West Texas! Today felt more spring-like with our sunshine and 70-degree temperatures, but a change is on the way. Currently, a cold front is draped through the panhandle and will start to impact us overnight. Tuesday morning's lows will vary by location, as that front will only had made it halfway through our viewing area by sunrise. We'll likely see our high temperatures early on Tuesday because temperatures will quickly decrease once that front passes. Moderate rain chances are expected throughout the day on Tuesday and last through wednesday morning. No severe weather conditions are expected, and rain totals only look to get up to a quarter of an inch. The next cold front will move through on Thursday night, but our next chance for rain won't come until early next week.

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