A wet Wednesday is in store for the Big Country and the Heartland this afternoon. The showers will be scattered in nature and will come in waves throughout the day. Thunderstorms are likely, especially by Wednesday night. Some of the storms could be on the strong to severe side, with large hail and damaging winds being the main threats. Best chance for severe weather will be south of I-20. Behind the front we will gradually begin to clear Thursday morning, with partly cloudy skies expected by the afternoon. Highs tomorrow will be seasonable with temperatures into the 60's. Winds will pick up speed both today and tomorrow, with gusts up to 35 mph. Friday will be a chilly one with highs in the lower 50's. Good news though we'll warm up just in time for the weekend.
Texas Power Grid Poised to Be Put to the Test Again
It's shaping up to be another difficult summer for the Texas power grid. A national nonprofit has projected that the Texas grid will have the...
APD: Woman Alleges Ex Attempts Forced Entry Into Home, Punches Her
APD responds to a woman who alleged her ex-husband attempted to forcibly enter her home with a fire arm and allegedly puncher her in the...
Webcast: Severe Weather Chances Continue into Tuesday
There are more chances for severe weather across parts of the Big Country on Tuesday.
KTAB AM Forecast: Tuesday, May 21st, 2013
One More Active Day Across The Big Country and Heartland
KRBC AM Forecast: Tuesday, May 21st
A clear start to the day today, but a cold front is going to pass through the area around noon, it will bring a line...
Page 5 of 642