From Rusty Garrett:
A cold front has been moving through the Central U.S. at a snails pace for the entirety of this past weekend. Although the front is within a few hundred miles of Central Texas, weak steering in the atmosphere will prevent it from making much forward progress.
Scattered rain may continue up until 10pm near and west of Highway 281 with rain chances dropping off by morning. Area wide, temperatures only fall into the lower 70s under mostly cloudy skies. Expect a mix of sun and cloud cover Tuesday with high temperatures into the upper 80s and lower 90s along with a 30% chance of rain near and west of I-35.
As the slow-moving front slowly approaches the area Wednesday, it will be fighting high pressure aloft in the atmosphere to produce showers and thunderstorms across our area. The front should have just enough energy to spark scattered rain and a few thunderstorms Wednesday afternoon. Rain chances Wednesday are near 40% with higher odds west of I-35 and slightly lower rain chances east of the interstate. Rain may be locally heavy in spots, but storms should not be strong. Highs on Wednesday, despite mostly cloudy skies and the chance of rain, should climb into the middle and upper 80s.