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.
Brown County Water District to Begin Rehab of Water Treatment Plant
The Brown County Water Improvement District #1 will soon begin rehabilitation of the district's water treatment plant after accepting a bid for the project at...
Reminder: Abilene Celebrates National Bike to School / Work Day Friday
National Bike to School / Work Day will be celebrated on Friday, May 17. This special day highlights bicycle safety as well as promotes public...
KRBC AM Forecast: Thursday, May 16th
Mid 90's today with plenty of sunshine. A comfortable calm and clear evening making it down to near the 70 degree mark tonight. Cracking the...
Webcast: Six Confirmed Dead in Northern Texas Tornado
Devastating tornadoes ripped across northern Texas overnight, killing at least six and injured over 100.
KTAB AM Forecast: Thursday, May 16th, 2013
Heat Wave Begins Today, Near Record Breaking Tomorrow
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