From Sean Bellafiore:
Say goodbye to 80s and 90s for the time being as Friday morning's cold front is moving a brief shot of cold air into Central Texas. Afternoon temperatures should only climb into the middle 60s with sunny skies and strong northwesterly winds between 15 and 25 miles per hour, gusting to near 30 MPH at times. Winds will subside some tonight, allowing for overnight lows to fall into the lower and middle 30s.
The chilly start to the day Saturday translates into a cooler-than-normal afternoon. Sunshine will still be plentiful, but high temperatures will only climb into the upper 50s and lower 60s. Winds become easterly Saturday afternoon and southerly Sunday morning with morning temperatures falling into the middle and upper 30s with a few lower 40s east of I-35.
The return of south winds means the return of some warmth. High temperatures Sunday will rebound nicely into the middle and upper 60s with partly cloudy skies. A weak upper-air disturbance will traverse our area, bringing us a 30% chance of afternoon and evening showers. The best rain chances will be east of I-35, but rain shouldn't be too widespread or heavy. A few showers may linger until Monday morning, but Monday should remain mostly dry as highs return into the middle 70s.
Our next cold front is set to arrive late Tuesday. Highs Tuesday reach the upper 70s and lower 80s. Tuesday's front may also spark a few isolated showers or weak storms as it rolls through. Rain chances Tuesday sit near 20%. Temperatures drop into the middle 60s for afternoon highs Wednesday and drop into the lower 60s Thursday. Another warming trend should begin late next week sending temperatures above average for at least part of next weekend.