As much as a quarter-inch of rain is predicted in the Killeen area on Saturday, according to the National Weather Service.
A 40 percent chance of rain and thunderstorms today will raise temperatures into the mid-80s, but bring cooler conditions for the weekend.
Following early April showers late Friday that brought a Saturday cold front in Killeen with temperatures in the mid-30s, warmer days are coming.
Chances of showers and thunderstorms Friday night will bring cool temperatures on Saturday, according to the National Weather Service.
A cluster of storms from the west brought a brief but strong rain to the Killeen area on Tuesday and walnut-sized hail in Copperas Cove and other areas of Coryell County.
The first week of April is bringing with it a large cold front that could drastically drop temperatures across Texas for a couple of days, according to the National Weather Service station in Dallas/Fort Worth.
The weather shouldn’t drop any rotten Easter eggs ahead of Sunday evening in Killeen.
The possibility of considerable rain remains in the forecast for the Killeen-Fort Hood area, according to the National Weather Service.
Following today, the Killeen area won’t see much chance of rain until next week.
Winds up to 20 mph are whipping through the Killeen area this morning as a light cold front blows through, according to the National Weather Service.
Chances of rain throughout the week can’t be ruled out, but Killeen will see mostly sunny skies in the days ahead.
With heavy rains passing through, the Killeen area is in a flood advisory until 8:30 p.m., according to the National Weather Service.
After more heavy rain and temperatures near freezing overnight Wednesday, Killeen had a break from the downpours on Thursday. But that won’t likely be the case Friday.
It is going to be another cold and wet day in the Killeen area today, according to the National Weather Service station in Dallas/Fort Worth.
Significant rainfall in Killeen and surrounding areas will finally start to alleviate drought conditions, according to the National Weather Service.
Killeen and much of Central Texas will see high chances of rain throughout the coming week.
Although the predicted cold front already made its way through Killeen earlier this afternoon, the back-end of the system brings chances for rain tonight and into the weekend.
GATESVILLE — An order issued in December 2017 to restrict outdoor burning in Coryell County will remain in effect until sunset Feb. 26, when the Commissioners’ Court will reassess the risk of controlled burning, according to a news release from the county.
Winter is still making its presence known in Central Texas, as a winter weather advisory was issued by the National Weather Service for the Killeen area for much of this morning.
Temperatures will continue to drop into the 30s tonight and winter-like weather is in the forecast for Sunday.
The predicted high for today is 68, but by tonight, the temperature could fall below the freezing point.
Bell, Lampasas and Coryell counties saw light rain Tuesday, but more precipitation could come in days ahead.
Killeen can expect a bit of drizzle today with a cold front that will drop midweek temperatures.
After multiple grass fires in the Killeen area earlier this week, the National Weather Service in Dallas/Fort Worth said conditions are still ripe for fires heading into the weekend.
Killeen firefighters are keeping an eye out for hot spots where a five-acre fire scorched grass and brush in the southern part of the city Monday.