An area of low pressure is brewing just to our west, and will make its way into our neck of the woods starting tonight and exiting the region by Thursday morning. Round one will bring light to moderate rainfall to the Big Country and Heartland, with up to a quarter of an inch expected. Showers and storms will be scattered in nature tomorrow, with better chances for rain Wednesday night into Thursday morning. The bulk of the activity will develop out ahead of a cold front, starting off isolated in nature, before forming a line and rolling eastward. Some of the storms within the line could become severe, with large hail and damaging winds the main threats. Once the system is said with and done, we could see up to an inch of rainfall. Behind the system sunshine will prevail with highs in the 60's.
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
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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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