SAN ANGELO, Texas — After a few warm and quiet days, the weather is once again looking to change as we head towards the latter half of the week. Another cold front is set to come blasting through the area, and will bring a good chance of rain for parts of West Texas. 

Rain chances are expected to increase for Wednesday through Friday. The best area to see heavy rainfall will be north of Interstate 20. This is where multiple waves of moderate to heavy rainfall is expected in the coming days, leading to possible flooding concerns. 

Wednesday radar across West Texas
Meteorologist Joe DeCarlo

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Thursday radar forecast across West Texas
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Amounts of rainfall taper off the further south you are. However, areas in the Concho Valley also do have the chance to pick up on some wet weather. The main day for rain looks to be on Thursday with the southward advance of the cold front. This will push rain southward, and also bring in much cooler air to end the week. Upwards of 60-70% of the area will see rainfall as the front moves through on Thursday.

Total rainfall through Friday
Meteorologist Joe DeCarlo

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Temperatures are set to top out in the mid to upper 60s Thursday in the late-morning before falling throughout the afternoon and evening. Temperatures will be sitting in the mid to upper 40s by Thursday evening with a strong northerly wind.  

Thursday evening temperatures
Meteorologist Joe DeCarlo

We dry out for the upcoming weekend and temperatures rebound to near 70 degrees. Yet, another cold front is on the horizon as we head into next week. 

Stay with the FOX West Texas Weather Team for the latest information.