This evening, most of us will have a slightly lighter breeze, which will continue to dwindle overnight as lows reach into the upper 60's to low 70's. Forecast models are showing some slight rain chances Thursday, about a 20%, for our northern counties as a frontal system approaches and stalls out north of us before lifting back out by Friday. As conditions clear up, this will make way for highs to reach into the mid 90's by the start of the weekend and near 100's by the start of your next work week.
Homeless in the Storms
The conditions during Thursday night's storm were a bit frightening to witness, as limbs came down, and vehicles were tipped over. .But as KRBC's Nora...
Winds Blow Off A Roof From An Abilene Home
Heavy winds wreaked havoc across Abilene, leaving many neighborhoods littered with debris.
KTAB PM Forecast: Friday, May 24, 2013
We have a 40% chance for showers and isolated thunderstorms tonight across the Big Country, with temperatures falling into to higher 60's. On Saturday, we'll...
Reminder: National WASP WWII Museum to host 9th WASP Homecoming
To honor the WASPs (Women Airforce Service Pilots), and their role in the nation's history, The National WASP WWII Museum in Sweetwater will host the...
For Perry, Veto is a Seasonal Power
Who's really in power in state government? According to the calendar, the clout is days away from moving firmly to the governor's office. Lawmakers leave Monday,...
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