From Rusty Garrett:
Prime conditions from the weekend into the start of the work week, but temperatures will go up and down and then back up again as a cool front moves through for the middle of this week. South winds will pull humidity back into the atmosphere, keeping overnight lows in the upper 50s and lower 60s by Tuesday morning.
A dryline boundary will approach our western counties Tuesday afternoon, helping to create a large temperature difference across Central Texas. Counties west of I-35 should expect highs Tuesday in the lower and possibly the middle 90s while counties near and east of I-35 should expect a few clouds with highs in the middle and upper 80s. No thunderstorms are expected Tuesday afternoon.
Our next front moves in Wednesday bringing only low rain chances. Highs should be able to climb into the low and middle 80s with a 20% chance of isolated morning showers and an isolated afternoon thunderstorm east of I-35. Cooler air moves in Wednesday night and sets up for a gorgeous Thursday with morning temperatures in the middle 50s and afternoon highs in the low 80s.
Another front will move towards our area this weekend. Scattered thunderstorms, some possibly strong, may fire up Saturday afternoon with the best rain and storm chances arriving with the front Saturday night.