The National Weather Service in San Angelo issued a special weather statement early Tuesday saying light rain could mix with snow as the result of an upper level disturbance approaching the area. But San Angelo residents shouldn’t expect to see much. “We’re not expecting anything to stick.” said NWS meteorologist Joel Dunn. “For the most part, we’re looking for it to be to our west.”
Dunn said that the weather service cannot rule out anything in San Angelo, but don’t expect it.
Temperatures will be colder Tuesday with a high of 47 expected. A 30 percent chance of rain is forecast after noon. Tuesday night’s low will be 30.
As the trough pushes off to the east, Dunn said, temperatures will warm.