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NWS To Discontinue The River Forecast Point At The North Concho River At San Angelo

The National Weather Service and the West Gulf River Forecast Center will discontinue the River Forecast Point at the North Concho River at San Angelo (SNCT2). The change will become effective on Monday, October 16, 2017. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Mon, Sep. 25, 2017 at 1:45:34 pm CDT

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Very heavy rainfall expected this week mainly west of a line from Haskell to Abilene to Junction. This will likely result in flooding of urban areas, low water crossings, creeks and streams across the region. Remember Turn Around Don't Drown when you come to a flooded road. Also, if you live near a river or creek, be prepared to seek high ground.
Scattered to numerous showers and a few thunderstorms will increase across the area through tonight. Locally heavy rainfall is possible, which may lead to minor flooding.
a rainy weather pattern continues much of the week.
For locations in and near: Abilene, San Angelo, San Saba, Mason, Junction, Ozona, Haskell, Throckmorton, Brady, Sonora, Sweetwater: An area of light rainshowers and thunderstorms will continue to move north across West Central Texas through the afternoon. This area of precipitation was moving north at 25 mph. Rainfall amounts in the heavier showers will range about an inch per 2 hours, but most areas will see less than a tenth. Watch out for lightning.