From Rusty Garrett:
The record setting heat will not let up as we move into the weekend and may even last through the early part of next week. Friday's record high of 104° was easily broken by the middle of the afternoon marking the 4th day in a row with temperatures at or above 105° and the 4th day in a row with record setting heat.
Overnight, temperatures will slowly cool off, staying in the 80s through midnight before falling into the upper 70s and low 80s by morning. The weekend weather will not be any less hot across Central Texas. Highs Saturday will once again range from 101° to 108°, breaking the record high of 105°. Sunday may even be a touch hotter as afternoon highs may climb as high as 110° in a few spots. Sunday's highs may come within 3° of the all-time record high and should break the record high of 106°.
A weak front should move through the area Monday night providing Central Texas with a notable drop in temperatures. Highs Tuesday will range from 97° to 102° with partly cloudy skies and a 20% chance of a stray shower or two in the afternoon. The break from the excessive heat should last through the middle of next week, however highs both Wednesday and Thursday will range from 98° to 104°.