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.
Texas Power Grid Poised to Be Put to the Test Again
It's shaping up to be another difficult summer for the Texas power grid. A national nonprofit has projected that the Texas grid will have the...
APD: Woman Alleges Ex Attempts Forced Entry Into Home, Punches Her
APD responds to a woman who alleged her ex-husband attempted to forcibly enter her home with a fire arm and allegedly puncher her in the...
Webcast: Severe Weather Chances Continue into Tuesday
There are more chances for severe weather across parts of the Big Country on Tuesday.
KTAB AM Forecast: Tuesday, May 21st, 2013
One More Active Day Across The Big Country and Heartland
KRBC AM Forecast: Tuesday, May 21st
A clear start to the day today, but a cold front is going to pass through the area around noon, it will bring a line...
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