The week’s forecast calls for rain through Saturday night, 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.
After the wintry chill lingered through the week, spring-like temperatures are expected this weekend for the Killeen-Fort Hood area.
Several power outages hit the Fort Hood area Wednesday morning as freezing temperatures neared the single digits.
Schools shut down and Fort Hood officials told soldiers and civilians to come in late, but the ice and snow that was expected hardly showed up in the Killeen area Tuesday.
Editor's note: This story is being updated to add closings as they are reported.
Those headed outside Monday for a Martin Luther King Day parade will benefit from the warmest temperatures of the week, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Bianca Villanueva of the NWS Dallas-Fort Worth office.
The weather in Killeen is slowly starting to warm up after freezing temperatures over the New Year’s holiday weekend, but residents can still expect temperatures below freezing during the next couple of nights. Daytime temperatures are expected to stay between the upper 40s and low 50s into …
After three days of remaining open during freezing weather, the Killeen Community Center had three residents use the facility as a temporary warming shelter, the city said Tuesday.
A front of "snow grain," or compact snow flakes, is sweeping through the Killeen-Fort Hood area this morning, according to the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.
Central Texans are in for a cold start to the new year, as the high temperature today is only expected to reach 29 degrees. The temperature is in line with a cold New Year’s Eve, when temperatures reached an early high of 36 degrees and started dropping.
The city of Killeen announced on Saturday afternoon the Killeen Community Center will open as a warming center beginning at 3 p.m. Sunday.
Central Texans get to enjoy some warmer weather on the first day of winter, but that won’t last long, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Jason Dunn.
Tuesday’s bad weather should clear into sunny skies with a high temperature of 71 degrees in Killeen on Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.
Central Texans may not have seen much snow Thursday night, but much of the state did.