A light northerly wind will usher in colder air throughout today. As high pressure builds into the Big Country wind speeds will be far lighter on Friday. Temperatures this afternoon will be on the chilly side, with many of us struggling to reach the mid 50's. Overnight lows will dip below freezing a couple of degrees tonight with mostly clear skies. More sunshine is expected this weekend with highs closer to average. Another cold front arrives late Sunday night, dropping temperatures on Monday. Sunday will be rather breezy. With lots of dry air in place sunshine will prevail for the next several days.
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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