From Sean Bellafiore:
A cold front continues to sink its way through Central Texas, providing lingering showers for some but windy and cooler conditions for all. High temperatures climb generally into the middle 70s with clearing skies this afternoon. Winds will be strong from the north between 15 and 20 MPH, gusting to near 30 MPH at times.
Wind speeds fall down between 5 and 15 MPH tonight, drawing cooler air into Central Texas. Temperatures by Friday morning drop into the upper 40s and lower 50s with clear skies.
The weather Friday will be absolutely perfect. Clear skies last throughout the entire day as high temperatures only reach the low and middle 70s. Calm winds and clear skies Friday night allow for temperatures to fall into the low and middle 40s Saturday morning, potentially the coldest morning of fall (so far).
Temperatures warm up this weekend, but not by much. Highs Saturday stay in the upper 70s for most. Sunday's highs reach the lower 80s with a few clouds returning to our skies. A weak upper disturbance coupled with south winds Monday and Tuesday may spark an isolated shower or two Monday and Tuesday, however rain chances as of now remain less than 10%. Although we'll see the return of some afternoon clouds next week, temperatures remain comfortable in the low and middle 80s through next Thursday.