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Temperatures are on the rise ahead of our next cold front.

Meteorologist Symone Thomas has the Thursday evening forecast.

SAN ANGELO, Texas — Happy Thursday, West Texas! Temperatures across the region are anywehere from 5-15 degrees below normal for this time of year. Fortunately, we won't get much colder tonight thanks to some dense cloud cover hanging out over the region. However, patchy fog will develop overnight as dewpoints increase from south to north.  By tomorrow afternoon, some of these clouds will dissipate and alow temperatures to reach the mid 70s. Those temperatures won't stick around for long because our next cold front is coming Saturday morning. At this time, things look to stay pretty dry with this front-- and even possibly throughout the season. The Climate Prediction Center's winter outlook is calling for above-average temperatures and below-average precipitation. Of course, every day won't follow this trend, but it's a good idea of what's to come.

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