SAN ANGELO, Texas — Happy Tuesday! Things are quiet across much of the south. Southern and central Florida is seeing increased cloud cover and rainfall as hurricane Ian drags closer. Across West Texas, temperatures are in the mid tp upper 70 under clear skies. Overnight, we'll see a pretty good set up for radiational cooling. The lack of cloud cover and calm winds will help temperatures drop into the mid to upper 50s. In the big country, there could be some spotty cloud cover, so they'll maintain temperatures in the lower 60s. Throughout the next few days, we'll follow the current pattern with high temperatures in the upper 80s/low 90s under sunny skies. The upper level ridge will weaken and re-center over West Texas by weekend. This will allow little change in the day-to-day forecast. In fact, the Climate Prediction Center is forecasting this continued trend of above-average temperatures and below-average precipitation over the next 6 to 10 days.
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