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Below-average temperatures continue through the week.

Meteorologist Symone Thomas has the Tuesday evening forecast.
Credit: FOX West Texas Meteorologists

SAN ANGELO, Texas — Happy Tuesday! Today was a tad cooler behind yesterday's cold front. Since that front passed so early in the day, highs in the Big Country topped yesterday's numbers, but the southern half of our viewing area saw cooler temperatures. Overnight, we'll maintain mostly cloudy skies, so that will help temperatures remain a few degrees above freezing. Tomorrow's conditions will be a rinse and repeat of today. Things start to change a bit as we get into Thursday. Highs will peak in the mid to upper 50s under mostly sunny skies. Our next cold front will apporach the Big Country overnight Thursday before briefly stalling. By Friday evening, that front will have moved south of our area. Some isolated rain could be likely on Saturday, but the main difference is the cooler temperatures. Saturday morning's lows could be the coldest we've seen so far this season. Temperatures will gradually warm back to the upper 50s/lower 60s by mid next week. 

Credit: Meteorologist Symone Thomas

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