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.
KTAB Regional Forecast Western Big Country: AM June 18th, 2013
Thunderstorms Possible Not As Active As Yesterday
Tree Services Get Busy After Storms
We've all seen the damage that the storms can leave behind. But for tree services in Abilene, this time of year is like hitting the...
Storm Recovery Efforts Continue
As of Tuesday morning power crews from all around the Big Country continue to work to get the lights back on for thousands of people.
KTAB AM Forecast: Tuesday, June 18th, 2013
Another Round of Showers and Storms
KRBC AM Forecast: Tuesday, June 18th, 2013
As we received a record amount of rainfall through the day yesterday, we are expecting most of the rain to dissipate this morning across the...
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