After a few overnight thunderstorms in the Heartland, our radar will stay dry for the remainder of the day. Today marks the first day of spring, and temperatures will be seasonable for this time of year, with highs in the mid to upper 60's. Our winds will be light in nature this afternoon, switching from out of the north, to out of the south by this evening. Clouds roll in overnight all in advance of our next system, which makes its way through the Big Country tomorrow. Your Thursday will be partly cloudy with a few afternoon Thunderstorms north of I-20, but it's just a slight chance. By early next week we'll be in a much colder air mass. You may need to bring your plants inside.
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KTAB PM Forecast: Wednesday, May 22, 2013
I am forecasting a 30% chance for showers and thunderstorms tomorrow afternoon and evening for the area. The Storm Prediction Center has a slight risk...
Eastland City Manager Submits Resignation
Eastland's City Manager, Ron Holliday, has officially submitted his resignation, effective October 5.
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ACU student Matthew Molina has been granted the opportunity to conduct research through the McNair Scholars Program, which fosters an environment for students that are...
The Uncertain Future of Abilene Putt Putt
The owners of Putt Putt off of the Winters Freeway want to retire, and if they can get a good price at auction next month,...
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