From Brian Germ:
Widespread showers and storms continue Sunday around Central Texas as a cold front approaches from the northwest. Rain chances will be the highest Sunday evening and overnight into Monday morning, at around 80%. Minor flooding will be possible with some of these storms, with the potential for additional rainfall totals around 1 to 2 inches in some areas. No severe weather is anticipated with the storms, however the main threats will be heavy rain, strong gusty winds, and lightning. Temperatures by Monday morning will drop into the lower and middle 60s. Winds will be switching to the north at 10 to 20 mph with some higher gusts as the cold front passes.
Lingering clouds and showers will be around the region Monday morning and into the afternoon hours, but activity will be diminishing as the day progresses. Temperatures by Monday afternoon will be noticeably cooler behind the cold front. Highs will struggle to get past the lower and middle 70s! Drier air will be moving in as well, so conditions will feel very nice! Clouds will be around through Monday before improving on Tuesday. Highs on Tuesday will remain cool, but slightly warmer than Monday. Overnight lows for the next several nights during the work week will be in the 50s and lower 60s!
Temperatures will rebound back into the 80s by the middle and end of the work week as high pressure remains in control. Moisture and humidity values will be low during this time, and therefore it will feel very comfortable outside each afternoon!
Next weekend looks rain-free as well, with temperatures near average for this time of year. Highs will be in the middle and upper 80s and lows in the upper 50s and lower 60s.