As much of the East and Southeast part of the state received heavy rainfall this week, the Concho Valley has been mostly dry since rains ended late Friday into early Saturday. Rain chances move back into the area beginning Thursday, maybe Wednesday night, according to the National Weather Service in San Angelo.
The weather outlook for the area said that scattered thunderstorms could move in possibly as soon as Wednesday night. This line of possible storms is not expected to bring severe weather with it.
The NWS said there’s a slight chance of thunderstorms across West Central Texas Thursday through Friday night. Rain chances for Thursday and Thursday night are 20 percent. Chances for Friday increase to 40 percent.
Much cooler temperatures are possible moving into the weekend. Temperatures are expected to drop into the mid- to upper-30s by early Sunday, with a light freeze possible in some areas.