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.
Tuscola Woman Named Honorary Bat Girl For The Texas Rangers
Whether it's cooking food or hanging out with the family, Terri Huestis knows what it's like to be a mother. But two years ago, she...
KRBC PM Forecast: Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Thunderstorms stay in the forecast Tuesday night through Wednesday evening ....
Students Show Love and Support for Inspirational Coach in Unique Way
In January, Coach Quinn Conley's wife of forty years, Brenda, suffered a brain aneurysm, putting her in the hospital and taking him out of school...
KTAB PM Forecast: Tuesday, May 14, 2013
The Storm Prediction Center has The Big Country in an area with a risk for a "non-severe" thunderstorms tonight. As far as numbers go, I'm...
Roscoe Building STEM Center
Roscoe students are going to have more choices when it comes to earning an associates degree while in high school.
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