From Brian Germ:
Temperatures will continue to hold steady or increase this evening as warm and humid air filters into Central Texas. Overnight lows are expected to only be in the low to mid 60s under mainly cloudy skies. Areas of mist, drizzle, light rain, and fog will remain possible with southerly winds increasing at 10 to 20 mph.
We can expect a fairly active and unsettled upcoming week across Central Texas! Isolated to scattered rain chances will remain in the forecast on President's Day Monday with very mild and humid air in place. Temperatures should reach the 70s despite mostly cloudy skies. A few thunderstorms will be possible as well, with a low potential for some strong activity. Rain and storm chances are expected to be around 30% to 40%. Expect breezy south winds 15 to 25 mph.
Our next main weather system to impact Central Texas should be during Tuesday and Wednesday as a strong cold front arrives. Warm and humid air in place will allow scattered to widespread showers and storms to develop as early as Tuesday morning out west ahead of the dryline. Activity should push to the east as the dryline tries to approach our western areas. A few strong to severe storms may be possible as well, with the main threats being damaging winds and large hail. The overall threat for severe weather however should be fairly low. Heavy rainfall is also expected to occur for many parts of Central Texas, with totals by Wednesday possibly between 1" and 3". Rain and storm chances will be at 80%, with the highest totals mainly east of I-35. Temperatures should fall from the 60s and 70s on Tuesday into the 40s and 50s Wednesday morning behind the front. Breezy south to north winds are also expected under mainly overcast skies.
Cooler temperatures into the 30s are expected Wednesday night and Thursday morning as rain chances decrease significantly. Low rain chances should remain in the forecast however Thursday and even into Friday as another weather system moves in from the west. Highs in the 50s Thursday should rebound back into the 60s by Friday and into the weekend.