As of 8:10pm Tuesday night, an area of showers and thunderstorms was developing along Interstate 10 to the south of the Big Country ... towns like Ozona, Sonora and Junction getting stormy weather. That area of rain and storms will move northeast and is expected to impact at least the southern and eastern Big Country after midnight Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. Then, as this disturbance moves on through, a Pacific front will approach during the day Wednesday from the West, and that will further help storms develop Wednesday with a few strong to severe. The storms will continue into the evening hours Wednesday but should push southeast out of the Big Country by midnight early Thursday morning, if not sooner. Halloween Day on Thursday will feature a quick clearing of the clouds so that by Halloween evening, trick or treaters will enjoy clear skies and temperatures in the 60's. Dry weather is forecast Friday and Saturday but before the day is over Sunday, another round of showers and storms will move in from the southwest as the next upper level storm system takes aim on the Big Country. The chance for rain will carry into Monday, possibly Tuesday. Temperatures for the rest of the forecast look like this (low/high): Wednesday: 69/76; Thursday 60/75; Friday 47/75; Saturday 47/72; Sunday 49/66; Monday 57/70; Tuesday 62/75.
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