For the next couple of days, winds could gust up to 30 mph but temperatures will be warm with highs in the 80s. Clouds will increase later today and overnight but rain chances don't begin until late Saturday and all day Sunday. A cold front pushes through the region, lowering temperatures into the low 70 by the afternoon and provides for scattered shower and thunderstorm chances.
KTAB Western Big Country Regional Forecast: PM June, 18th, 2013
Partly cloudy skies with a slight storm chance overnight.
Hurricane Weather Hits Abilene
Last night a storm swept through Abilene leaving major damage.
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A large new national study suggests there is a link between exposure to air pollution during pregnancy and autism.
Storm Causes Major Flooding for One Abilene Neighborhood
Neighbors living along S. 23rd and Brentwood drive say they're used to getting this much damage after storms.
Abilene and Taylor County Begin Storm Shelter Registration Program
The City of Abilene and Taylor County has started a storm shelter registration program, which will help emergency responders provide aid to residents that may...
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