From Brian Germ:
Rain chances this evening will plummet as most of the lift to spark rain moves out of our area. Overnight temperatures will fall a few degrees into the lower and middle 30s, but most locations should stay above freezing. A few isolated pockets of freezing rain and sleet may be possible during the morning hours to the west of Hwy 281. Overnight rain chances are only near 40% but rain chances will increase again Thursday as an upper-level disturbance rides along a stalled frontal boundary. Thursday's best chance for rain seems to come during the late morning and early afternoon and some rain could be heavy at times. Rain chances Thursday hover near 70% with high temperatures only climbing into the middle 40s.
Overnight temperatures Thursday into Friday likely remain close to afternoon high temperatures in the middle 40s and by morning, temperatures may rise a degree or two as warm air begins to move back in. With warmer air arriving, highs Friday should be able to reach the middle 60s with mostly cloudy skies. Another disturbance should move across Central Texas and rain chances will once again remain near 60%. We could also hear a few rumbles of thunder Friday, but severe weather is not anticipated.
Another cold front will move through Central Texas Saturday afternoon and, you guessed it, more scattered rain and thunderstorms will be in the forecast. Highs ahead of the front should climb into the upper 60s and lower 70s with afternoon rain chances near 70%. The cold front Saturday may spark a few isolated stronger thunderstorms, but the highest severe weather chance should be well east of our area. Saturday's front won't bring with it drastically cooler air, but it will usher in DRY air. Sunshine is expected both Sunday and Monday as highs climb into the middle and upper 60s. Enjoy the sunshine while you can, because moisture will move right back in Tuesday and rain chances will jump to near 30%.