Cold starts will be theme for the remainder of the workweek as a series of fronts moves through the Big Country. Cold front number one moved through this morning, allowing our winds to come out of the northwest. With northwest flow in place highs today will be 5 to 10 degrees colder than normal, with temperatures in the lower 50's. Wind speeds will be anywhere between 15 to 25 miles per hour with gusts up to 30. Plan on another chilly start tomorrow, however, highs will be slightly warmer than today, with far lighter winds. Second cold front moves through on Friday, keeping us in the 50's through the first half of the weekend. By Sunday temperatures will begin to warm, with 70's possible on Monday.
Reminder: City of Brownwood, Early Schedule for Memorial Day Trash Collection
Due to the Memorial Day Holiday on May 27, all non-emergency City facilities will close and there will be no collection of residential waste.
Ahead of Perry Decision, Abbott's Campaign is in Motion
Gov. Rick Perry hasn't yet said whether he's running for re-election -- but Attorney General Greg Abbott doesn't appear to be waiting for him to...
Webcast: Police Search for Suspect in Early Morning Drive-by
Police are searching for the suspect in a drive-by shooting that occurred early Thursday morning.
KTAB AM Forecast: Thursday, May 23rd, 2013
Temperatures warm up quickly into the 90's again, but rain chances return by Thursday afternoon.
KRBC AM Forecast: Thursday, May 23rd
A warmer and more humid start to today than yesterday with a mix of sun and clouds and the chance for storms increasing later this...
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