Rain continues to exit the region this morning, with patchy fog developing behind it. We'll continue to clear throughout the day with partly cloudy skies expected by this afternoon. Highs will be in the mid to upper 60's but it will feel a little bit cooler today when you factor in the wind. Sustained winds will be anywhere between 15 and 30 miles per hour with gusts up to 40. Secondary cold front arrives this evening dropping temperatures into the 20's. More sunshine is forecasted tomorrow, but highs will be quite a bit colder, into the 50's. With dry air in place and breezy conditions, blowing dust could be a little bit of an issue this afternoon. This weekend look great with highs in the 60's and plenty of sunshine.
Webcast: Vandals Hit Local Church
Vandals hit the Baker Heights Church of Christ in Abilene over the weekend.
APD: Man Robs Residents at Gun-Point Late Sunday
Abilene police responded to a call late Sunday night alleging a man had robbed them in their home at gun-point.
KRBC Regional Forecast: Monday, June 17th AM - Western
KRBC AM Regional Forecast, Monday June 17th, 2013 for the Eastern Big Country.
KRBC Regional Forecast: Monday, June 17th AM - Eastern
Monday June 17th, 2013 Eastern Big Country Regional Forecast:
TxDOT Expanding Use of Traffic Safety Tools Around Road Construction
With safety being the top priority at the Texas Department of Transportation, the agency is raising awareness of three new tools designed to help reduce...
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