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.
The Olympic Torch Burns Bright in a Very Special Way
David Olson is no ordinary man.
KTAB PM Forecast: Wednesday, May 22, 2013
I am forecasting a 30% chance for showers and thunderstorms tomorrow afternoon and evening for the area. The Storm Prediction Center has a slight risk...
Eastland City Manager Submits Resignation
Eastland's City Manager, Ron Holliday, has officially submitted his resignation, effective October 5.
Survey: Are You Concerned about Your Child Being Vaccinated?
ACU student Matthew Molina has been granted the opportunity to conduct research through the McNair Scholars Program, which fosters an environment for students that are...
The Uncertain Future of Abilene Putt Putt
The owners of Putt Putt off of the Winters Freeway want to retire, and if they can get a good price at auction next month,...
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