SAN ANGELO, Texas — Waves of light rainfall have been the story across West Texas the past 48 hours. Since late Tuesday, approximately a quarter of an inch to a half an inch of rain has fallen throughout much of the area.
Scattered light showers will continue to move through the area Thursday evening, with many dry hours likely in between waves of activity.
5 p.m. Thursday projected radar:
10 p.m. Thursday projected radar:
Activity will diminish overnight, with showers pushing eastward by Friday morning. During the day Friday, conditions will vary heavily across West Texas. The Big Country will remain mainly cloudy with temperatures only reaching the 50s for highs, while more sunshine will be common further south. Highs will reach the lower 70s along I-10.
Mild conditions return for everyone over the weekend, with highs in the upper 60s to middle 70s. A slight chance of storms exists Sunday afternoon.
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