Slow warming trend continues
The southern Big Country can expect warmer temperatures through Friday, then rain Saturday.
Waiting until Friday night for rain to begin ...
Warming through Friday, rainy Friday night and Saturday...
A warming trend begins
Clear cool mornings, warming afternoons this week with rain this weekend.
Tranquil weather through the work week, with stormy weather this weekend ...
Warmer days ahead and some rain in about five days..
The KTAB Regional Forecast for the Heartland for tonight calls for clear skies with overnight lows 17-19 degrees.
Cold and Sunny
Ice Begins To Melt
Cold and Sunny
Warmer Afternoon and a Better Commute
Answer this series of questions, and we'll check them on the first day of spring to see who had the closest winter weather predictions.
Some people cut into a persimmon to see its seed pattern, some look to the squirrels, others trust the Farmer's Almanac. KTAB's Carlee Hoffman looks into some of the many winter weather predictors.
The thawing begins...
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Check this list for updates on school, business, and organization closings and delays in the region for Monday due to winter weather.
The snow has ended but the cold temperatures remain.
Early winter flurries caused dozens of wrecks across the Big Country on Sunday. Several people involved in those wrecks were taken to the hospital.
Winter weather impacted the Big Country today. What's in store for the rest of the week?
With the cold front moving through the Big Country bringing with it icy roads, truck drivers share their plans this winter season.
Light precipitation and freezing temperatures have been reported throughout the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) Brownwood District.
Several flights have been cancelled at Abilene Regional Airport.
With the early rain, dropping temperature, and snow, road conditions have become extremely dangerous. The following highways are becoming or are already impassable.
Emergency crews have been responding to traffic accidents across the Abilene area Sunday due to the slick roadways.
The first snowfall of the winter season has made it to the Big Country.
KTAB's Avery Anderson gives a quick report on road conditions north of Abilene as of 2:30 p.m. Sunday.
LUBBOCK, TX -- According to the Lubbock Police Twitter page, four crashes on the South Plains Sunday were fatal.
The Texas Department of Transportation is continuing to prepare and watch out for icy conditions on the road as freezing temperatures drop across the Big Country.
Abilene police have already responded to two single-vehicle wrecks that occurred in the same spot on Winters Freeway early Sunday afternoon.
Cold arctic air is impacting many states, including West Central Texas. Winter weather advisories are in effect.
Snow flurries possible for tomorrow and then a warm up for the week!
An approaching cold front will be bringing us cold air once again and the chance for rain/snow!
In response to a viewer inquiry on how snowflakes are made, KTAB meteorologist Carlee Hoffman gives this creative response in rap form.
Briefly warmer Saturday, quickly colder Sunday with possible snow Sunday night.
Still Cold For Now