KRBC PM Forecast: Wednesday, September 25, 2013

By Randy Turner

Published 09/25 2013 08:05PM

Updated 09/25 2013 08:10PM

Small subtle changes begin taking place in our weather Thursday and Friday.  Thursday you will notice a little bit more wind, which is in respone to atmospheric pressure changes associated with our next cold front which will be moving through the central Rocky Mountains on Thursday.  By Friday, more changes include a noticeable increase in low level moisture from the Gulf of Mexico, therefore you'll feel more humidity in the air and the wind will continue to be brisk.  Also on Friday, expect more cloud cover than we've had.  As of now, it appears our Saturday cold front will push into the northern Big Country counties Saturday morning, through Abilene mid to late afternoon and then into our southern counties Saturday night and Sunday morning.  There is a very good chance for rain, amounts possibly an inch or more, Saturday afternoon and Saturday night.  Temperatures will be just above 90 degrees Thursday and Friday, middle 80's on Saturday and only about 80 on Sunday.  Dry weather is expected next Monday through Wednesday.

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