From Sean Bellafiore:
The first of two cold fronts to arrive this week in Central Texas arrives late this afternoon. While the front may bring a few isolated showers to Central Texas this evening, the front will likely come through dry and only bring a drop in temperatures. Ahead of the front today, high temperatures climb into the upper 60s and lower 70s with partly cloudy skies and south winds between 5 and 15 MPH. The cold front will arrive close to sunset this evening and possibly bring a few isolated showers with it.
A few isolated showers may pop-up from 6 PM to 12 AM this evening, mainly near and east of I-35. Most locations will likely not see any rain and rain chances tonight are only near 20%. Cooler air will continue to move in to Central Texas this evening as north winds increase to near 25 MPH. By morning, low temperatures fall into the lower 40s with morning wind chills in the upper 30s. Winds will remain breezy Wednesday with mostly sunny skies and high temperatures only climbing into the upper 50s and lower 60s.
Winds will go relatively calm Wednesday night, allowing temperatures by Thanksgiving morning to drop into the lower and middle 30s with a low chance of patchy frost. The weather remains gorgeous for Thanksgiving Thursday with afternoon highs rebounding to near average in the middle and upper 60s. Temperatures though will continue to climb for the upcoming weekend.
If you're out early and shopping for Black Friday, you might want to bring a light jacket along with you as overnight temperatures will fall into the middle 40s. South winds return during the evening, allowing temperatures to warm into the middle 70s Friday. Temperatures remain in the middle 70s Saturday as well, but an afternoon cold front will bring slightly cooler air into Central Texas. Highs remain above average Sunday, but will be slightly cooler in the upper 60s and lower 70s. By next Monday highs return into the middle 70s with 80s potentially returning next Tuesday.