• January 21, 2017


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Rain expected to continue into evening, taper off by nightfall

The Killeen area has seen several days of rain recently, but according to the National Weather Service station in Dallas/Fort Worth, Thursday the rain clouds should finally give way to partly sunny skies.

Rainstorms expected to return today

Residents will need to keep their umbrella’s handy as rain and thunderstorms are expected to continue over the next two days.

NWS: Scattered showers likely today in Killeen area

The Killeen area is looking at a growing likelihood of scattered showers and thunderstorms today, before eventually dropping down to a 20 percent chance of storms in the early evening.

Dense fog reduces visibilities tonight; more rain in the forecast

Residents of Killeen can expect a wet week coming up with a chance of rain daily until Friday, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Matt Bishop.

Thunderstorms expected through weekend

Killeen-area residents can expect a soggy weekend as rain, thunderstorms and possibly hail roll through, according to forecasters with the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.

NWS says ‘ups and downs’ normal for area, warmer temps coming

The weekend is over, and that means the winter weather is leaving the Killeen area behind.

Central Texas Radar

Forecasters call for warmer temperatures in Central Texas this week

Forecasters call for warmer temperatures in Central Texas this week

Forecast: Low of 18 Saturday

Central Texans will have to put up with the cold weather for a few more days, according to National Weather Service Meteorologist Lamont Bain.

Residents brace as arctic blast stuns Central Texas

An arctic blast brought wintry temperatures to the Killeen area Thursday and gave residents a good excuse to stay indoors.

Arctic front brings winter temperatures

A moderate cold front blew through the Killeen area Tuesday and Wednesday, bringing with it wintry temperatures and giving residents a respite from the unseasonably warm weather in recent days.

Which way goes the weather?

After a relatively warm New Year’s Day, residents in the Killeen-Fort Hood area experienced a small rainstorm Monday morning. Killeen received just under one-third inch of rain Monday.

Strong storms in Sunday overnight forecast; wintry mix possible later

The National Weather Service in Fort Worth predicts possible severe weather in the Killeen area Sunday night and into Monday.

Record highs pass as cooler, wet weather settles in

After record high temperatures in central Texas on Wednesday, Killeen-area residents will see cooler and wetter weather in the days ahead.

Central Texas temps to cool off in next few days

After a recent warm front that left Christmas temperatures in the “shorts weather” range, the Central Texas area is expected to slowly cool off over the next week.

Central Texans should experience a warm Christmas

It’s going to be a warm Christmas Day, according to Matt Stalley, a meteorologist from the National Weather Service.

Temps, gas prices looking good for travelers

Weather and gas prices are expected to cooperate with millions of Texans traveling over the Christmas break. 

Winter officially begins with cooler weather

The Killeen area welcomes the first day of winter Wednesday and will start the season a bit cooler than last year.

Out in the cold: Shelters consistently filled night after night

Derrick White had been standing outside of the Families in Crisis Homeless Shelter since 1:30 p.m. Monday, despite the fact it didn’t open up until 3 p.m.

Sunny skies in forecast as holiday travel set to begin

Temperatures are expected to slowly increase over the coming week after the cold snap that came through Central Texas on Saturday, bringing with them sunnier skies and calmer winds.

Colder weather, clear skies expected in Killeen

Residents should expect cold weather and clear skies during the week before Christmas. Killeen-area temperatures are expected to stay in the low 40s during the day and dip into the high 20s at night.

Weekend cold front on deck

Killeen-area residents will be enjoying a short-lived warm-up before cooling right back down again Sunday.

Blue Norther to bring deep drop in temperature to Killeen area

Killeen residents will get to enjoy the warmer weather after a sub-freezing end to last week, but it won’t last long, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Dennis Cane.

Temps headed back into the 70s

The weather will look a lot more like spring than Christmas for the next few days, starting with a high of 70 Sunday, according to the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.

Below freezing weather expected Friday

Temperatures in Killeen still will be below freezing at sunrise Friday, but the sun is expected to come out and raise temperatures into the mid-40s, according to the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.

Killeen, TX

Current Conditions

Humidity: 79%
Winds: SSW at 5mph
Feels Like: 55°

Your Extended Forecast


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