Temperatures steadily plummeted Sunday night into Monday, prompting the city of Killeen to open a warming shelter Sunday afternoon.
Temperatures fell below freezing Sunday just before midnight, according to the National Weather Service, and continued to steadily drop into the teens Monday morning. Wind chills at Robert Gray International Airport were from 2 to 6 degrees Monday morning.
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