From Brian Germ:
Overnight lows behind the cold front will drop into the upper 40s and lower 50s! Another batch of showers and storms will be possible across Central Texas between midnight and sunrise Sunday morning due to the passage of an upper-level low. The severe weather risk should be low, however some thunderstorms may contain heavy rainfall, gusty winds, lightning, and hail. Conditions should improve after sunrise as cloud cover dissipates and breezy northwest winds take over. Afternoon highs Sunday will only be in the upper 60s and lower 70s!
Temperatures will warm right back up into the lower and middle 80s Monday and Tuesday under mostly sunny skies. The next storm system to move through Central Texas will be on Wednesday as another cold front arrives. Rain and storm chances will be around 40%.
An upper-level ridge of high pressure takes control of our weather pattern by the end of the week and into next weekend. Skies will be mostly clear as temperatures remain near normal for early May.