Residents can expect to see sunny skies and warm temperatures Wednesday and through the week as high temperatures will be in the mid-90s.
There is a chance of hazardous storm conditions this weekend, with the possibility of strong gusts and cloud-to-ground lightning, according to the National Weather Service.
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.
Residents will need to grab their suntan lotion this week as temperatures are expected to increase to the mid-90s.
Storm clouds hovering over the Killeen area Friday vanished just in time to usher in summer-like weekend weather.
Cancel the bike rides and the kayak trips, because Sunday will likely be cloudy and wet in the Killeen area.
There is a good chance the Killeen/Fort Hood area will see scattered showers and thunderstorms today with the chances increasing as the day goes on, according to the National Weather Service in Dallas/Fort Worth.
Keep your umbrella on standby because it could be a soggy Memorial Day weekend, according to the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.
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.
Despite a busy weekend in Central Texas filled with Rodeo Killeen and Rabbit Fest in Copperas Cove, a chance of thunderstorms is present from Sunday until Tuesday night.
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.
Killeen-area residents may want to savor the sunny weather this weekend before a chance of rain rolls in later this week.
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.
While area residents will continue to see temperatures in the mid-80s throughout the week, chances of showers and thunderstorms are expected to increase by Tuesday and Wednesday.
Rain and possible thunderstorms were slated to roll through the Central Texas and Bell County areas late Wednesday, although Killeen was largely spared from wet weather, according to the National Weather Service station 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.
Much of Central Texas was under the threat of severe weather Saturday as a cold front moved through the area, but not much precipitation fell on the Killeen area.
Check the skies before you go out today because severe thunderstorms are possible, according to forecasters with the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.
Don’t get used to that light jacket — temperatures throughout the area are predicted to jump into the low 90s by Wednesday.
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 — Texas Task Force One and more soldiers from the 89th Military Police Brigade joined the search Wednesday for the driver who was washed into Clear Creek, post officials said.
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: There is a flash flood warning in Bell County until 11:45 a.m., according to National Weather Service Meteorologist Patricia Sanchez.
Residents in the Killeen area may want to grab their raincoats and umbrellas over the next week, as chances of rain begin Monday and will last through Wednesday.
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.
Residents will need to grab their raincoats and umbrellas today, as there is a 100 percent chance of rain.
Although the temperatures might have been ideal so far in the week, residents in the greater Killeen area should prepare for some heavy rainfall in the days ahead. The rain was expected to hit late Tuesday.
Local residents will need to keep their umbrellas close by as rain storms may return to Killeen today.
The Killeen area could see some severe storms during the evening hours tonight, according to the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.
Hazardous weather conditions are anticipated to carry over from Thursday night into Friday, continuing with gusts that could reach 40 mph, according to the National Weather Service.
Spring begins Monday and the temperatures will seasonably appropriate, according to National Weather Service Meteorologist Jennifer Dunn.
Killeen area residents woke up to fog Thursday morning, but that won’t likely be the case Friday as winds are expected to move in through the area.
As Killeen-area schoolchildren are on spring break this week, today’s high may not reach 60 degrees, but high temperatures are expected to remain in the high 60s to low 70s later in the week.
Those in the Killeen area may want to seek indoor activities this weekend as rain was expected to roll in late Friday and could last through early Sunday morning.
With rainy weather comes slick road conditions, which had negative results for some Killeen drivers Saturday.
Central Texas was hit seven years ago with a snowstorm that left 5 inches of the white stuff on the ground, but that is not the case year.
Overnight Sunday into Monday morning, the Killeen area received more than an inch of rainfall from thunderstorms hitting the area Sunday evening.
Overnight Sunday into Monday morning, Killeen-area residents received more than an inch of rainfall as thunderstorms hit the area Sunday evening.
Thunderstorms are expected to accompany morning motorists today, as Sunday night’s 100 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms carries over into today.
The weather for the Killeen area is not looking good Sunday, with the possibility of severe thunderstorms bringing hail, high winds and possible tornadoes, according to the Fort Worth National Weather Service.
The Killeen area has a strong chance of severe storms this weekend.
Rainfall caused a couple of disruptions in the daily commute of some Killeen residents Tuesday morning.
Heavy rainfall caused disruptions in the daily commute of some Killeen residents Tuesday morning.
Central Texas residents on Saturday experienced a record high for Feb. 11 when temperatures reached nearly 84 degrees throughout Killeen, Temple and Waco, according to the National Weather Service. The record tops the previous high of 83 degrees, set on the same date last year.
If you’re sick of the gray skies, just wait a little bit; they’ll be blue by Tuesday.
There is a 20 percent chance Super Bowl Sunday could see rain for those in the Killeen area, according to the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.
After putting up with some colder-than-usual weather, Killeen-area residents will get to enjoy some warm weather and clear skies in the week leading up to Super Bowl Sunday.