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It may be a little early for those April showers people talk about, but that’s not stopping some rain chances from moving in for the first weekend of spring, as the season officially kicked off Wednesday.

It may be a little early for those April showers people talk about, but that’s not stopping some rain chances from moving in for the first weekend of spring, as the season officially kicked off Wednesday.

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The National Weather Service expects Killeen-area weather to be pretty calm for most of the week. Meteorologist Monique Sellers said that highs will be around 70 with low temperatures in the upper 40s and 50s. The sun will be out for most of the week and it will feel like typical spring weat…

Although residents may have experienced scattered heavy showers following the foggy weather early in the week, the total rainfall for the area was measured at well under an inch, according to reports from the National Weather Service.

With rain and thunderstorms in the forecast for the first half of Spring Break this week, families and students will probably be looking for inside events or out-of-town events to avoid the potentially bad weather.

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The National Weather Service is tracking a potentially severe storm system moving into the Killeen area on Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning. The system is expected to contain heavy rain with the possibility of hail and strong winds, according to NWS meteorologist Monique Sellers.

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The recent cold snap contradicted famed groundhog Punxsutawney Phil’s prediction of an early spring, but meteorologists forecast the next week should bring temporarily warmer weather.

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The Killeen-Fort Hood area is under a dense fog advisory until 10 a.m. this morning, according to the National Weather Service.

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A traffic light pole fell at the intersection of Stan Schlueter Loop and Clear Creek Road on Tuesday morning, according to the Killeen Police Department's Facebook page. Police are advising drivers to avoid the intersection if possible while crews repair it.

The freezing temperatures are gone, and things can get back to normal this week. Well, as normal as Texas weather can get.

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The near-freezing temperatures and light rainfall of this past weekend is coming to an end Monday night, according to the weather forecast from the National Weather Service station in Dallas/Fort Worth.

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Don't be alarmed if you see small white objects falling from the sky, we are being told this happens sometimes in the winter. Officials are calling it "snow."

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The National Weather Service sees another strong cold front heading into the area on Monday evening that will push morning lows into the 30s and the high temperature for Tuesday will not get out of the 40s.

More showers are expected to move into the Killeen area to close out the week.

After a small chance of rain tonight, the rest of the week is expected to just be cloudy and a bit cooler, according to the forecast available from the National Weather Service station in Dallas/Fort Worth.

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The Killeen area may be able to avoid experiencing any dangerous icy conditions this week, but the threat still remains until Thursday.

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For Killeen residents who plan to travel around the New Year’s Day holiday, it is a good idea to prepare for cold weather and possibly freezing conditions, according to the National Weather Service station in Dallas/Fort Worth.

The rain may have gone away for now, but it didn’t go far, as the National Weather Service expects the area’s rain chances to return by Saturday.

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Waves of rain pounded Killeen on Wednesday and the area was under a tornado watch until late Wednesday night, but clearer skies with cooler temperatures are expected in the days ahead.

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Even as winter begins today, the Killeen-area forecast promises pleasant weather to finish up Christmas shopping and spend time with loved ones this weekend, according to the National Weather Service, but be prepared for a chance of rain on Christmas Day.

A fog advisory in the Killeen area from the National Weather Service will last until 11 this morning, and patchy fog may persist until about noon or so.

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Temperatures are expected to slightly drop in the Killeen area this week but won’t last long, according to the National Weather Service regional office in Fort Worth.

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There is a mild chance of rain in the forecast overnight tonight, with rain chances reaching 40 percent, according to the National Weather Service station in Dallas/Fort Worth. While rain is expected to be light even if it does make an appearance this week, high winds are the main thing to b…