Cold air and strong winds will wrap around an area of low pressure today, dropping temperatures and making it feel even colder than it actually is. Wind speeds will be anywhere between 20 to 40 miles per hour with gusts up to 60. There is a Blizzard Warning for King County, primarily due strong winds, which will lower visibilities. There is a slight chance those of us north of I-20 could see light snow this afternoon, but again the chance is pretty slim. No accumulations are expected in the Big Country. However, that is not the case in the panhandle, where more than a foot of snow is possible. Temperatures will fall throughout the day, hitting the mid 30's by sunset. Overnight lows will be in the lower 30's Tuesday morning, however, wind chills will be in the 20's and teens. Highs tomorrow will be warmer than today with temperatures in the upper 50's. Sunshine returns on Tuesday and will stick around for the majority of the workweek. Another cold front moves through the Big Country Tuesday night, dropping temperatures for the remainder of the week.
U.S. Veteran's Pride Over Flag
With Flag Day comes the red, white, and blue and the Abilene Founder Lions Club has had flag duty for more than ten years.
KTAB PM Forecast: Friday, June 14th, 2013
Steady Rainfall Tonight More Rain Next Week
Updated: Victim Identified in Deadly Pet Food Plant Accident
25-year-old Brownwood man may have fallen into machinery
Voting Locations for Abilene City Council Runoff Election
Polls open Saturday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Homeless Not Complying With Effort to be More Visible to Drivers
It's been about five months since the death of a homeless woman, who was hit by a car on North 1st Street, as the driver...
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