Thursday night will remain mostly cloudy for the Big Country. A light drizzle is possible overnight for folks in the Heartland, otherwise, temperatures in the mid 60's and winds out of the SE at 10-20 mph are expected. As for Friday, the day will start off with a 20% chance of pop up showers and will increase to 30% of isolated storms by Friday evening. Based on the latest computer models, best chances for isolated storms and possibly severe weather will be Saturday and into Saturday night. Gradual clearing is expected throughout Sunday with highs remaining near and into the 80's all weekend long, as well as into next week.
Memorial Day Events
On Monday, May 27, at 9 a.m., the public is invited to honor and remember those who protected and continue to protect the United States through military...
What's Left for the 83rd Legislature
The clock is ticking for lawmakers hard at work to pass prize bills in the final days of the 83rd legislative session. Here's a look...
Investigation Leads to Arrest of Man Charged with Assaulting, Kidnapping Girlfriend
APD has released information on a kidnapping / sexual assault investigation that ended with the arrest of a 33-year-old Abilene man who allegedly assaulted and...
Crusade for Term Limits Brings Together Unlikely Allies
It's been a disappointing month in state and local politics for proponents of term limits in Texas -- a group whose supporters come from both...
Webcast: Thursday Storms Cause Evacuation During Sweetwater School Play
Sweetwater school teachers and administrators evacuated the crowd at the end-of-the-year school play during Thursday's evening thunderstorm.
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