Chilly this morning, but we'll warm up into the lower 60's this afternoon. Lots of sunshine is expected today with a steady increase in cloud cover tonight. The first half of your Saturday will remain dry, but as a cold front approaches our chances for rain greatly increases. The storms will start out isolated in nature, before forming a line and moving eastbound overnight. Some of the storms could become severe, with the main threats being large hail and damaging winds. Right now we're under a slight risk for Abilene eastward. Cold front will be out of our hair by late Sunday morning, with partly cloudy skies expected behind it. Temperatures next week will be quite a bit colder, but seasonable for the middle of February.
APD: Boyfriend Allegedly Smashes Girlfriend's Head into Car Windshield
Abilene police arrest a man early Thursday morning for allegedly slamming his girlfriend's head into the car windshield.
Webcast: Thursday Afternoon Press Conference Scheduled for West Investigation
Thursday afternoon, investigators are scheduled to announce the results of their investigation of the cause of last month's big explosion at the fertilizer company in...
Update: Abilene Red Cross Sending Volunteer, Emergency Response Vehicle to Granbury
The Abilene chapter of the American Red Cross has received word that they will be needed to assist in the disaster relief in north Texas.
Lighting Strikes Abilene Church, Causes Massive Structural Damage
Lightening struck Trinity Church of the Nazarene, located on 3302 State Street in Abilene, Wednesday night, resulting in massive structural damage.
Global Samaritan Taking Donations to Aid Texas Tornado Victims
Global Samaritan Resources, a 501(c)(3) Christian Humanitarian Aid organization headquartered in Abilene, is receiving donations (monetary only at this time) to send to those in need following the tornadoes in Granbury and Hood County and the surrounding area on May 15.
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