I know this is a little unconventional, but how would you feel about a second forecast today? I thought you might be ok with it.
At 1151PM, CT, San Angelo was reporting a temperature of 68 degrees with clear skies. The southern plains were seeing temperatures on the upswing as warm moist air spillied in from the Gulf towards developing low pressure over the central Rockies.
Tomorrow will see wind switch to become more from the southwest, drying out the atmosphere and helping temperatures warm up more swiftly.
As the low emerges in the Plains overnight Thursday into Friday, a cold front will appear, becoming active with isolated strong thunderstorms from western Kansas to west Texas. The chance for some rain or embedded thunderstorms will arrive just before sunrise in San Angelo on Friday. The passage of the cold front may go without a drop of rain, but it will be noticeably more pleasant on Friday, thanks to the extraction of humidity from the atmosphere. Expect fairly gusty winds, particularly on Thursday evening, tapering off by midday on Friday.
Tomorrow – Partly cloudy, windy. High 83, Low 63
Friday – Early morning thunder, then clearing and less humid – High 79, Low 54
TWC: Tomorrow – Sun and a few clouds with gusty winds. High 82, Low 62
Friday – Windy with a few clouds from time to time. (Early AM storms) High 82, Low 60
AW: Tomorrow – Sunny to partly cloudy, windy and very warm High 85, Low 63
Friday – Plenty of sunshine; windy with blowing dust (early AM showers) High 83, Low 54
NWS: Tomorrow – Mostly sunny (Late rain) High 84, Low 61
Friday – Sunny (Early rain), High 81, Low 57
WB: Tomorrow – Partly cloudy, windy – High 82, Low 63
Friday – Mostly sunny (early rain), High 80, Low 60
WN: Tomorrow – Partly cloudy (late storms), High 84, Low 61
Friday – Mostly sunny, High 81, Low 57
FIO: Tomorrow – Partly cloudy starting in the morning, continuing until afternoon, and windy starting in the afternoon, continuing until night.High 87, Low 62
Friday – Mostly cloudy until morning. High 83, Low 57
Forecast.io is keeping rain out of the forecast. I suspect they may be right, but I’m definitely not brave enough to put it in the forecast. Here is the satellite, showing our system getting organized in the Rockies.