Rusty's Thursday Fastcast

From Rusty Garrett:

After a dreary off again and on again rainy day, Central Texas is ready for sunny weather. It's coming...but we've still got some active weather ahead!

Temperatures should hold steady or slightly increase overnight, but it'll still remain chilly in the low to mid 40s. Areas of mist and drizzle are expected through the latenight. Scattered to widespread showers and storms are expected to increase in coverage near sunrise Friday morning as another wave of moisture moves in from the southwest.

Temperatures Friday, will start off cool in the 40s, but will gradually become milder by the late afternoon and evening hours. A warm front is expected to move from south to north through Central Texas, increasing temperatures into the 50s and low 60s by the evening! Cloudy skies and rain chances will still be around despite the increase in temperatures.

Another round of rain is expected Saturday as our next cold front works across our area. Ahead of the front, readings climb into the upper 60s and lower 70s with breezy south winds. The rain should taper off from west to east by around noon. Severe thunderstorms are not anticipated, but a few stronger storms will be possible along and east of I-35 with the arrival of the front.

Skies will remain mostly sunny Sunday and Monday as highs climb into the middle and upper 60s, but clouds will begin to return to Central Texas Tuesday and Wednesday with another storm system's arrival.