With hot weather staying and little precipitation in sight, the National Weather Service in Fort Worth wants to make sure you’re staying out of the sun this week.
Cooler, wet weather is expected to continue into next week with high temperatures in the low to mid-90s and more rain for the first part of the week, the National Weather Service in Fort Worth said.
Hot and humid weather conditions are going to continue throughout the early part of the week in the Killeen area, according to the National Weather Service.
The Texas Department of Public Safety is warning area residents to be prepared for Texas summer temperatures, and to take precautions to stay safe as temperatures and heat indexes hit 100 degrees and above in many parts of the state this time of year.
Central Texas residents hoping to beat the heat received a welcome respite in the form of a short rainstorm Sunday afternoon that brought cooler temperatures and a slight breeze to the area.
NEW ORLEANS — Tropical Storm Cindy formed Tuesday in the Gulf of Mexico, hovering south of Louisiana as it churned tides and spun bands of heavy, potentially flooding rain onto the central and eastern Gulf Coast.
Nearly 1,900 customers were without power, Oncor electric company reported Monday morning, after rain showers, thunder and lightning rolled through the Killeen area.
It's still technically spring but hot and humid Central Texas weather has already arrived.
Tuesday’s storms in the Killeen area were expected to clear out after a cold front moves through overnight, according to the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.
Residents will need to keep their umbrellas near as more rain is expected in the Killeen area today after rain overnight Sunday.
Check the skies before you leave the house this weekend because thunderstorms and rain are likely in the Killeen-Fort Hood area, according to the National Weather Service.
Cloudy skies with chances of rain — and a small chance of severe storms — are expected to blanket the Killeen area for the next week, forecasters say.
There is a small chance that storms will pass over the Killeen area this afternoon, but they are more likely to hit to the north and west of the city, according to the National Weather Service in Dallas/Fort Worth.
Heavy rain storms and possible thunderstorms are expected to roll through the Central Texas and Bell County areas around 1 p.m. today, according to the National Weather Service station in Dallas/Fort Worth.
A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms with gusts up to 20 mph is anticipated Easter Sunday for the Killeen-Fort Hood area, according to the National Weather Service.
FORT HOOD — The vehicle reported to have been swept away by high water Tuesday was located but the person was not, post officials said in a news release.
UPDATE: As of 6 a.m. Sunday, one traffic light outage was reported at the intersection of Veterans' Memorial Boulevard and Eighth Street, according to police spokeswoman Ofelia Miramontez. There have also been five vehicle crashes so far that police could have been caused by the inclement weather.