• July 1, 2016

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No triple digits yet

While temperatures in the Killeen area on some days during the past month may have felt like they were over 100 degrees, the thermometer never officially reached triple digits during June, according to the National Weather Service.

Fast-moving storm brings 1.5 inches of rain to parts of Bell Co.

Killeen was hit by a fast-moving thunderstorm Tuesday, and parts of Bell County accumulated more than 1.5 inches of rain by 4:15 p.m., according to the National Weather Service.

Chalk Ridge Falls Park sees visitors as other parks remain closed

BELTON — Jennifer Ross, an avid hiker who moved to Central Texas from Missouri six weeks ago, said she and her hiking partner — a corgi named Buddy — want to check out local parks, but flooding has made such exploration difficult.

Weather will continue to be 'seasonably hot' for area

More of the same is in the forecast for Central Texas.

Army Corps: Stay off Belton, Stillhouse lakes

Swimming, boating and camping at Belton and Stillhouse Hollow lakes are among the top summer recreational activities in the area.

Area under heat advisory through Saturday

With a few days left until the official start of summer, a heat advisory is in effect until 8 p.m. Saturday for Central Texas, including Bell, Coryell and Lampasas counties.

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Warm, dry week in weather outlook

Thunderstorms to the north have low chances of making way toward the Killeen area today and tomorrow, as warm, dry weather is expected for the remainder of the week.

Warm, sunny week expected for area

Local residents can be assured that while the official start of summer is still about two weeks away, summer temperatures will arrive soon, too, despite all the rainy weather lately.

Killeen slammed with more wet weather; area in flash flood watch

The sun made an appearance in Central Texas on Thursday afternoon, hours after the area received heavy rain, but threatening clouds shared the sky.

Killeen area under flash flood watch until Friday afternoon

Heavy rainfall is projected for much of Central Texas until Saturday night, with a flash flood watch in effect for the area until Friday.

Cloudy skies in Killeen area; chance of rain through Monday

The Killeen area could see a 30 percent chance of thunderstorms this afternoon, but otherwise the Memorial Day weekend should see little rain with most storms passing through the northern parts of Texas, according to forecasts by the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.

Local chances for rain taper off as flooding rises in other parts of state

Flash flood watches issued Friday for Central Texas counties including Bell, Coryell and Lampasas didn’t produce major reports locally, according to the National Weather Service.

Central Texas area under flood watch through Friday evening

With flash flood watches issued at 7:15 a.m. Friday for Central Texas counties including Bell, Coryell and Lampasas, the first round of rain has yet to yield major reports, according to the National Weather Service.

More rain coming to area

Morning rains will continue across the greater Fort Hood area today, but should clear up later in the day with partly cloudy skies, according to the National Weather Service.

Thunderstorms likely for Killeen, area heading into the weekend

The Killeen-Fort Hood area has a good chance of seeing scattered showers and thunderstorms leading up to this weekend, with the biggest threat of rainfall coming in this evening and lasting until Friday morning, before tapering off throughout the day.

Thunderstorms likely for Killeen heading into weekend

The Killeen-Fort Hood area has a high chance of seeing scattered showers and thunderstorms leading up to this weekend, with the biggest threat of rainfall coming in Thursday evening and lasting until Friday morning, before tapering off throughout the day.

Last week of May could be a wet one

A cloudy, potentially rainy week lies ahead for the Killeen area, according to the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.

Recovery time?

The Killeen area got plenty of rain Thursday morning, 1.85 inches, according to the National Weather Service, which had issued a flood advisory for most of the morning.

Killeen receives good soaking

The Killeen area got plenty of rain this morning, close to an inch and a half thus far, according to the National Weather Service, which has issued a flood advisory until 11:30 a.m.

Flash flooding possible today

Much of Central Texas may receive between 1 and 2 inches of rain today, with some areas expected to get close to 3 inches. The National Weather Service said flash floods are possible, especially during the peak hours.

Flash flooding possible tonight, early tomorrow

Most areas in Central Texas are expected to receive between one and two inches of rain tonight and early tomorrow, with some areas expected to get upward of three inches. The National Weather Service said flash floods are possible, especially during the peak hours.

Killeen to test emergency sirens today at 10 a.m.

In preparation for severe weather, the city of Killeen will be testing its outdoor emergency sirens today at 10 a.m.

Rain likely to fall in Central Texas today

Today’s weather may start out pleasant, but meteorologists with the National Weather Service in Fort Worth say a wet tonight and Monday morning are likely.

Area’s rain chances increase after today

Scattered to numerous thunderstorms moved across areas of Central Texas Thursday, bringing a brief spell of rain.

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