A line of storms began forming in eastern New Mexico late Wednesday night around 7:30pm. That line is expected to push through the Big Country between 11pm and 4am. After that, gusty west wind will howl at 25 to 35mph, and the wildfire danger will increase. Thursday night, cold air will move in and temperatures by Friday morning will be around 27 degrees. Highs Thursday near the mid 60's followed by mid 50's on Friday. This weekend, into the middle of next week, will be dry. Temperatures this weekend will be near 70 both days.
Puddles Breed Dangers for West Nile Virus: How You Can Prepare
Puddles are the perfect breeding ground for mosquitoes, so experts say if you want to help out in getting rid of the West Nile Virus,...
KRBC PM Forecast: Thursday May 16th, 2013
Near-record high temperatures expected on Friday!
KTAB PM Forecast: PM Forecast: May 16, 2013
Normal 0 Possible record-setting heat tomorrow! Friday's record high is 101 (Set back in 1978) and I'm forecasting a high of 102 -...
The Calm After the Lightning Storm
"God knows what's best," says Dorris Zachary, a long-time member at Trinty Church in North Abilene.
Rabies Case Confirmed in Abilene City Limits
The City of Abilene's Animal Services division announced that there is a positive case of rabies in a skunk found in South Abilene in the...
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