A gloomy day is expected throughout the Big Country with showers likely by later this afternoon, and especially overnight. The rain will start out light in nature before becoming moderate to heavy at times. Rain totals will be anywhere between 1 to 2 inches in the Big Country, with three inches possible locally. Highs on Tuesday will struggle to make it into the 50's, with mid 40's more attainable. The showers will begin to taper off by Thursday morning, with cloudy skies in the afternoon. More sunshine will prevail on Friday with the thermometer approaching 70 degrees.
Obesity Officially Recognized As A Disease
The nation's largest medical group has officially recognized obesity as a disease. Previously the American Medical Association called it a public health problem. This may...
Controversial Restraint Chairs Become a Staple at Taylor County Jail
Controversial restraint chairs are being pulled out of some jails across the country, while the Taylor County Jail in Abilene is increasing its use of...
Standing the Heat, Powerless
For some residents living at the Warwick Apartment Complex in South Abilene, electricity still had not returned Wednesday morning, leaving them frustrated and helpless.
New Storm Brings New Power Outages
Even as power crews were completing the restoration of power in the Abilene area in the aftermath of Monday evening's storm, a new storm swept...
KTAB PM Forecast: Wednesday, June 19th, 2013
As storms clear out overnight, ridge builds in and helps heat things up for Thursday.
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