From Sean Bellafiore:
After an active weather week in Central Texas, Saturday's weather was a welcome change with temperatures in the upper 70s, low humidity, and no rain. Cooler weather will be around to stay for a few days, but a cold front arriving late Sunday into Monday may bring scattered rain back to the area.
Outside of some early morning fog, temperatures Sunday morning will be near average, in the upper 50s and lower 60s. A mix of sun and clouds is in the forecast Sunday as high temperatures climb into the upper 70s and lower 80s. Much of the day Sunday will remain dry, but a few isolated showers or weak thunderstorms may pop up for the late afternoon and the early evening hours.
More showers and a few weak thunderstorms will likely move across Central Texas for the evening and overnight hours Sunday into Monday. Overnight rain will likely be widely scattered and may linger into the morning rush hour Monday. Rain slowly ends from west to east Monday morning. Much of Central Texas dry out by midday Monday as afternoon highs only climb into the lower 70s area wide.
Cooler weather will last Tuesday afternoon with highs climbing into the middle 70s. High temperatures remain near or slightly below average Wednesday through the end of next week. No rain is in the forecast through the end of next week, but a more active weather pattern may return next weekend.
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