The Thanksgiving weekend is expected to be cold and dry, but the sun likely will be shining, according to the National Weather Service in Dallas/Fort Worth.
Travel conditions across the United States looks favorable for the long Thanksgiving weekend.
Temperatures will remain in the 70s throughout this week, according to the National Weather Service spokesman Matt Bishop.
Rain-slick roads led to numerous accidents Wednesday in Bell and nearby counties.
After a cold and rainy Wednesday, weather conditions are set to improve in time for Saturday’s Veterans Day celebrations.
An approaching cold front will cause temperatures to drop from unseasonable highs today, according to the National Weather Service.
While unseasonably warm temperatures will continue into the first part of the week, the National Weather Service is predicting a cold front will drop temperatures mid-week.
The weather may put a damper on Halloween festivities tonight.
Parents should plan on rain being in the forecast for Halloween.
Those attending Friday night high school football games may want to add more clothes to the list of things to bring.
October is normally the second wettest month of the year in Central Texas.
Fall is in the air for Killeen residents as a late-night cold front Saturday is expected to bring some brisk temperatures to the area this week, according to the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.
When 17 family members and friends get together it’s typically to celebrate a wedding, a quinceañera, Thanksgiving, Christmas or Easter, but for a local Puerto Rican family within the last week, survival is the occasion.
Three weeks after Puerto Rico’s shores and countryside were pulverized by Hurricane Maria, some residents of the island are looking for a way out, and some of those leaving are coming to the Killeen-Fort Hood area.
Residents in the Killeen area can finally expect some fall weather for the middle of the week.
It will finally feel like fall starting on Tuesday into Wednesday in the Killeen area.
Former Killeen Mayor Raul Villaronga said things are beginning to move in Puerto Rico, but the people of the island are still in dire need.
After two days of beautiful weather, Killeen area residents can expect stormy skies in the next couple of days, according to the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.
After a brief cool down last week, temperatures will again climb into the middle and upper 80s during the week ahead, according to the National Weather Service.
With farmers markets, festivals and other outdoor activities on the schedule this weekend, the National Weather Service predicts sun and warm temperatures.
President Donald Trump waived shipping restrictions on Thursday to help get fuel and supplies to storm-ravaged Puerto Rico.
Days after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, satellite images from space show an island mostly dark, without power.
Killeen area residents can expect a gray week as partly to mostly cloudy skies dominate the coming week’s weather forecast, according to the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.
Though Friday was observed as the first day of fall, the National Weather Service is predicting the Killeen area won’t see lower temperatures until the latter part of next week.
Former mayor and longtime Killeen resident Raul Villaronga said he remembers spending time as a child at a local recreation area near Ponce on the southern coast of Puerto Rico.
Temperatures are going to remain in the mid-90s until Thursday, according to the National Weather Service.
Residents in the Killeen area will not have to worry about the affects of Hurricane Irma.
The remaining days of the week are going to feature clear skies with high temperatures hovering around 85 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.
Before Hurricane Harvey swept through the Houston area, Allie Davis was homeless and pregnant, living in a tent with her husband Jareth. Now, she’s an evacuee staying at a shelter in the old Fairway Middle School in Killeen, 250 miles away from Lake Jackson, the city she called home.
Bell County rain chances continue to drop while what remains of Hurricane Harvey, now a tropical storm, continues to gradually move northeast.
While Bell County did not see the worst of Hurricane Harvey, residents did experience consistent rain showers over the weekend as the area received nearly 2 inches of rain.
While temperatures are expected to remain high in the Killeen area this week, rain chances are expected at 50 percent by Wednesday.
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.
Get that air conditioner ready. There’s a hazardous weather outlook all along the Interstate 35 corridor, and the Killeen-area is included.
Heavy rains that drenched the Killeen-Fort Hood area Sunday night and Monday morning nearly topped the monthly average for the entire month of August, according to the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.
FORT HOOD — All tactical low-water sites are closed because of rain at Fort Hood, according to an emergency alert sent to some area residents’ cellphones Monday morning about 10:50.
More than 500 Killeen Oncor customers were left without power as of 8:30 a.m. during area thunderstorms Sunday night and this morning, according to Oncor's online Outage Map.
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.
After about a third of an inch of rain in the Killeen area on Thursday morning and lesser amounts overnight in nearby cities, the National Weather Service is predicting slight chances of precipitation each day into next week.
The National Weather Service is projecting wet days ahead for Killeen and surrounding areas. The rainfall started early Wednesday morning in the city and to the east, hitting Harker Heights, Nolanville, Temple and Belton.
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.
Light rain fell in parts of the Killeen area Monday, amid a hazardous weather outlook.
To few people’s surprise, this week is going to be hot.
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.
While many locals have enjoyed mostly clear sunny skies this month, Killeen-area residents may need to keep an umbrella nearby as chances for rain and thunderstorms are expected to last through Tuesday morning.
Power is back on for Killeen-area residents who lost electricity Sunday.
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.
Temperatures are expected to remain in the upper 90s Sunday through Wednesday.
If you’re headed to an Independence Day cookout this week, it looks like you’ll be blessed with plenty of sun.
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.