A wet day is on tap for the Big Country and Heartland. Heaviest amounts of rain will fall east of Abilene, with 1 to 3 inches expected in the Big Country. The bulk of the rain will fall throughout the first half of today before slowly tapering off this evening. Wednesday will be windy as well with sustained winds anywhere between 15 and 25 miles per hour. Light showers are possible Thursday morning with overcast skies forecasted for the afternoon. More sunshine is expected on Friday with highs pushing 70 degrees. A strong cold front moves through the state on Saturday, dropping temperatures into the 40's and 50's.
CodeRED Weather Warning Available to Abilene
In the case of severe weather, seconds can save lives, which is why the CodeRED Weather Warning system is being offered to the citizens of...
Sending Trucks to Help Moore Disaster Relief
Penske Truck Rental sent three moving trucks from Abilene to help with relief efforts in Moore Tuesday, and plans to send a couple more Wednesday.
KRBC to Re-Air 'The Voice'
KRBC will re-air "The Voice" at roughly 2:05 a.m. Wednesday morning.
National WASP WWII Museum to host 9th WASP Homecoming
To honor the WASPs (Women Airforce Service Pilots), and their role in the nation's history, The National WASP WWII Museum in Sweetwater will host the...
How, Where to Take Cover During a Tornado
For complete information on what to do in case of a tornado, including how to identify a possible approaching tornado and how and where to...
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