Killeen-area residents can anticipate the summer scorch to continue well into next week, according to the National Weather Service.
Killeen residents can’t even expect a light breeze to cool them off this coming week.
The next few days could be a wet and windy.
An increased chance of thunderstorms looms over Independence Day festivities in the Killeen area, according to the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.
Children are dressed in their raincoats and galoshes, ready to jump in puddles after scattered rainfall in Killeen on Monday and Tuesday. But the scattered rainfall likely will not be enough to alleviate dry conditions in the region, a National Weather Service meteorologist said on Tuesday.…
Despite a lack of rain so far this week, chances of precipitation are still relatively high from now until Thursday evening.
The Central Texas area is still forecasted to receive some wet weather through Wednesday due to a tropical surge in the Gulf of Mexico, according to the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.
A small tropical disturbance in the western Gulf of Mexico is predicted to bring rain this weekend to the Killeen area.
Killeen will continue to cook.
Hundreds of area residents had power outages after a complex of storms moved through the region from 11 p.m. Sunday to about 3 a.m. Monday, according to a National Weather Service official.
As many as 485 Oncor customers in Killeen faced outages after storms swept through the area late Sunday and early Monday morning, according to the Oncor Outage Map.
If you felt like you were melting Saturday, Sunday will offer a brief reprieve from the molten temperatures, according to the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.
Kick back this weekend, but also keep cool.
With heat indices expected to remain between 100 and 110 for the next week, the National Weather Service has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for Bell, Coryell and surrounding counties through Wednesday.
Many Central Texans will be cut a break this Memorial Day weekend — but not on gas prices and heat.
Central Texans might want to break out the sun hats and sunscreen for the holiday weekend: It’s going to be a hot one, a National Weather Service meteorologist said on Wednesday.
Risk for winds up to 70 mph and up to ping pong ball sized-hail mainly over Lampasas County and dipping into Coryell County exists this evening, according to the National Weather Service.
Summer is coming, but it doesn’t look like more rain will follow suit.
Rain is expected to be long gone for the next couple of weeks.
Humid temperatures, cloudy skies, and chances of rain are kicking off the month of May in the Killeen area.
A spring-like weekend, with pleasant temperatures and lots of sunshine predicted, will make it an ideal time to get outdoors.
UPDATE 4:45 p.m.: According to the National Weather Service's weather radar, rain showers could hit the Killeen area as soon as 5:30 p.m.
Killeen residents can expect mostly sunny skies before a minor cold front hits the area Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.
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.