The southern Big Country will see an increase in clouds Saturday afternoon and a few showers on Sunday.
Nice day Friday, warmer but a few showers by Sunday in the northern Big Country.
Temperatures warming some, but still below normal for early March, plus showers possible Sunday.
A Winter Weather Advisory continues into Thursday morning with sleet and snow across the southern Big Country.
The northern Big Country will slip and slide on icy roads Thursday morning, thanks to tonight's snow and sleet.
Sleet, snow, icy and hazardous roads is what to expect through mid-day Thursday, then sunshine starts melting it.
Rain for the southern Big Country Tuesday night and Wednesday, changing to sleet or freezing rain late Wednesday afternoon.
Rain changes to freezing rain and sleet in the northern Big Country Wednesday afternoon.
The Big Country braces for another round of Wintry Weather Wednesday afternoon and night.
A one-day warm-up for today, but don't get accustomed to it!
Cloudy with isolated showers Monday night, but no ice for a change .... until Wednesday
Fog, drizzle and cool temps to begin Tuesday, warm in the afternoon, bitterly cold again Wednesday.
The Big Country can expect more slick roads Wednesday afternoon through Thursday morning.
More drizzle this morning, but we finally warm above freezing this afternoon
Week is starting out cold but that is going to change over the next couple of days.
Winter Weather Advisory continues until Sunday morning. Ice should all be melted by Sunday afternoon.
A Winter Weather Advisory continues through noon on Saturday, icy roads until melting starts mid-day Saturday.
Snow continues to fall
Two days of snow in a row? Rare for Abilene but likely to happen on Friday.
1 to 2 inches of snow, perhaps more, projected for counties and cities along and south of I-20 on Friday.
1 to 3 inches of snow expected Friday morning along and north of Interstate 20.
Bitterly cold with wind chills near 20 Thursday and Friday, with some areas of snow.
Cold and windy in the southern Big Country Thursday and Friday with snow flurries possible.
Bitterly cold Thursday and Friday with a chance for snow both days in the northern Big Country.
Wet weather coming to an end, at least for today!
1 to 3 inches of snow is being forecast for areas along and south of I-20 for early Wednesday morning.
Light rain and light snow for the northern Big Country through early Wednesday morning ... then more snow on Thursday.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect from midnight tonight to noon Wednesday for the potential of snow.
Icy roads this morning, with more winter weather possible tonight
The southern Big Country could receive a little more sleet early Tuesday morning and again early Wednesday morning ...
Light freezing drizzle and slick roads greet the northern Big Country Tuesday morning.
Dangerous, icy roads through Tuesday morning and lots more wintry weather this week...
Icy roads continue through tonight
Icy, hazardous roads expected through Monday night into Tuesday morning.
Wintry weather heading our way. Freezing rain and sleet likely Sunday and Monday.
The southern Big Country cools down to around 60 Saturday, around 40 Sunday and only in the 20's Monday.
Cool Saturday, much colder Sunday, bitterly cold and icy Monday.
Turning much colder on Sunday with freezing rain and sleet expected by Sunday night and Monday.
Big changes coming our way: warm today, cold and icy late Sunday and Monday
Nice and warm Friday, slightly cooler Saturday, much colder Sunday, bitterly cold Monday.
Above normal warmth Friday, bitterly cold by Monday.
Warm Friday, cooling Saturday, bitterly cold Sunday and Monday, with possible icy conditions to begin next week.
The warmer weather continues, but the wind will be a factor today
The southern Big Country enjoys warm temps through Saturday.
A few nice days followed by another round of Winter.
Warm weather returns through Saturday, then a drastic turn to cold again Saturday night.
Warmer temperatures are on the way!
Warmer days ahead, until Sunday.
Warmer and windy days ahead in the southern Big Country...
The northern Big Country may see a few showers Tuesday afternoon before clearing Tuesday night.