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.
Lightning Strikes North Abilene Church, Flames Spread Quickly
Flames erupted minutes after lightning struck a North Abilene church. Crews were able to put the flames out quickly, with the fire only damaging the...
Church Catches Fire in the Storm
A North Abilene church catches fire in the storm.
Wheel of Misfortune: Lupe Pedroza
Crime Stoppers is offering a $500.00 reward for information that leads to her arrest, through 05/22/13.
Lowering the Legal Limit? How Many Drinks is Too Much
In an effort to cut back on drunk driving, the National Transportation Safety Board has recommended states reduce the blood alcohol content levels that make...
KTAB PM Forecast: Wednesday, May 15, 2013
There is a Severe Thunderstorm Watch in effect for all of the Big Country through midnight tonight. Isolated thunderstorms have the potential to produce large...
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