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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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