Clouds have rolled into the Big Country overnight and will stick around throughout your Friday. Despite the cloud cover temperatures will be warm, around 70 degrees. With a rise in dewpoints, it will also feel a little bit sticky this afternoon. The low we've been talking about for the last several days will finally be able to make it's way into the Big Country tonight, giving us the chance for a shower or two by Saturday morning. The cold front itself will move through the region tomorrow evening, out ahead of it we could see a few strong to severe storms. Best chances will be in the Heartland, with the potential for large hail and damaging winds. Northerly winds will funnel in colder air behind the system. Highs on Sunday will be close to 60 degrees. More sunshine is expected next week.
Town of Blanket is Uprooted by Monday Tornado
Blanket School endured massive damage during a tornado on Monday night.
Students Blessed by Teens Killed in Accident
Breanna Camacho and Elexus Flores were killed in a N. Abilene car accident, but their family has made sure their impact continues.
Massive Tornado Causes Devastation, Death in Oklahoma
A mile wide tornado in Oklahoma leaves the town of Moore devastated on Monday afternoon.
Multiple Tornado Touchdowns in Brown & Comanche Counties - Damage Reported
Shortly before 6PM Monday the National Weather Service and a DPS trooper reported a tornado on the ground in the town of Blanket in Brown...
Mother on Trial for Allegedly Hiding Son from Police
An Abilene mother is on trial, accused of not turning her son over to police after he was arrested for his alleged involvement in a...
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