Rain and thunderstorms are likely through the early morning hours of Thursday. Some storms Wednesday night may become severe producing large hail and damaging winds. Temperatures cool Wednesday around 44 in the morning, only about 50 in the afternoon, wind chills in the 30's. After the rain ends Thursday morning, expect dry weather into early next week. Look for temperatures to vary day to day, mid 60's Thursday, upper 50's Friday, upper 60's this weekend. Cold fronts are due Thursday night and Sunday, causing wind to become and remain gusty much of the next seven days. Expect below freezing temperatures on Wednesday night into Thursday morning.
Big Country Drought Update: Severe to Exceptionally Dry
Drought conditions have not improved across the Big Country, despite short-term rainfall relief.
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KTAB Regional Forecast Heartland: AM June 17th, 2013
Best Chance For Rain Comes Tomorrow
KTAB Regional Forecast Eastern Big Country: AM June 17th, 2013
Slight Shower Chance Continues
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