After highs in the 80s and 90s Saturday, a cold front has moved into the Concho Valley bringing rain chances with it.
Monday’s high is expected to be 48 with winds at 10-15 mph and a 50 percent chance of showers.
Isolated severe thunderstorms are possible Monday night with a low of 38. The National Weather Service in San Angelo says the main threat with these storms is large hail. Localized flooding is also possible because of heavy rainfall amounts of one to two inches.
Rain chances for Monday night are 90 percent.
More rain is expected on Tuesday with chances at 50 percent, with a high near 47 and north to northwest winds blowing at around 15 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph possible.
Tuesday’s low will be 35.
Rain chances will taper off in the area until Saturday.