From Sean Bellafiore:
Morning clouds have helped to stymie daytime heating, resulting in a mostly cloudy and comfortable morning across the area. Clouds will still hold for some of the afternoon across some of Central Texas keeping temperatures in the lower 90s. Where sunshine breaks out, temperatures climb into the middle 90s. A few scattered showers remain possible for the afternoon, but much of Central Texas will remain dry.
Overnight lows fall into the middle 70s with partly cloudy skies overhead. Friday begins the transition away from the chance for rain into hot and dry conditions. Afternoon highs Friday climb into the middle and upper 90s with only a 20% chance of showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon.
High pressure over the Desert Southwest begins to build in this weekend, sending temperatures close to 100°. Fortunately, humidity levels won't be too bad around the area, but afternoon heat index values may still climb as high as 105°. At least for the foreseeable future, rain remains out of the forecast.