• September 29, 2016

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High temperatures, sunny skies predicted throughout the week

Keep your sunscreen handy this week, because the sun will be out and the temperatures will be high, according to the National Weather Service.

Rain chance could increase through week

If you don’t have plans that involve the outdoors today and Monday, you might make some because rain is in the forecast for later in the week, according to the National Weather Service.

Rain expected to continue until Tuesday

Killeen saw steady rainfall Sunday morning, which left many people hoping to get out on the last day of summer break out of luck.

Weather break early today for Killeen area, but rain still in the forecast

The rain in the Killeen area is away but not for long according to the National Weather Service.

Area rain chances remain

Teachers and students returning to school Monday for the fall semester might need to keep their umbrellas handy, according to the National Weather Service.

Central Texas Radar

Potential five inches of total rainfall through the week

Updated, 2:44 p.m.: The rain brought a few minor electrical problems with it. The mild winds and moisture affect power lines.

Forensic audit, budget in spotlight at tonight’s council meeting

Budget discussions will continue over the course of a special-called Killeen City Council meeting and workshop Tuesday.

Rain to continue through the week

Kiss the scorching-hot temperatures goodbye for now. Rain throughout the week and going into the early weekend will keep the hot and dry weather at bay.

NWS: Rain on the horizon for Killeen area

Ready for a cool-off? Rain is expected in the Killeen area this weekend.

Heat advisory in effect for next two days

The National Weather Service issued a heat advisory for Wednesday and today for most of Bell County, which includes the Killeen and Temple areas.

Heat advisory expires: 100-degree temps expected throughout the week, NWS says

A heat advisory was in effect Monday for more than 30 Texas counties including Bell, according to the National Weather Service.

National Weather Service: 100-degree temps expected Wednesday, Thursday

Killeen is expected to see multiple days with triple-digit temperatures this week.

First rain in almost a month expected this week for Killeen area

The Killeen area has not seen rain in nearly a month, but according to the National Weather Service that will likely change this week.

Temps still have not reached 100 in Killeen; rain possible

Temperatures have been high in the Killeen area, but even this late in July they have yet to officially reach the 100 mark, according to the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.

Today may be first 100-degree day of the year in Killeen

Area temperatures may break the 100 degree threshold today, according to the National Weather Service.

NWS: Sweltering temps to continue

The Killeen residents who frequent the roads and streets for their runs, walks or bike rides after work might want to take an extra water bottle as the National Weather Service in Fort Worth is using a few choice words for the Central Texas weather this coming week.

Killeen's 1st 100-degree summer day is not here yet, but temperatures on the rise

People working outdoors will need to be cautious during the sunny hot days ahead even though it hasn't quite hit 100 degrees in Killeen this summer, according to the National Weather Service.

Sunny skies forecast for the Killeen area, with temps reaching the high 90s

Killeen will see sunny skies with highs in the upper 90s for the next week.

Bell County under heat advisory through Tuesday night

Bell County is under a heat advisory until 8 p.m. today, according to the National Weather Service.

Hot and humid temperatures expected with no rain chances

Hot sun and humidity are expected this week in the Killeen area.

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.

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