From Brian Germ:
Winds have begun to increase out of the south Saturday evening as warmer air and moisture surge northward from the Gulf of Mexico. Cloud cover will persist overnight and into Sunday with a few light sprinkles or showers possible. Lows will be mild, only reaching the upper 40s and lower 50s. Skies will remain mostly cloudy for much of Sunday with warmer air returning to Central Texas. Highs are expected to reach the upper 60s and lower 70s! A few light sprinkles or showers may be possible, especially along and east of I-35. It will be very windy throughout the day out of the south southwest at 15 to 25 mph with higher gusts.
A front will move through Central Texas overnight Sunday and into Monday, cooling temperatures down a little bit but not nearly as cold as this past week. Rain chances will be next to zero with the frontal passage, however skies should attempt to clear a little bit for the start of the work week. Highs will be in the lower and middle 60s Monday and Tuesday with overnight lows in the 40s.
A stronger cold front will move through Central Texas sometime Wednesday, bringing another shot of cooler air along with more cloud cover. Highs will be in the upper 40s and lower 50s with mostly overcast skies and the chance for a few light showers Thursday.
Warmer air returns quickly though by Friday out of the southwest, raising temperatures back up several degrees. Clouds and scattered showers are still expected to persist though, with highs back into the 60s. Rain chances will be around 20% to 30% with no severe weather expected.
A third cold front will move through Central Texas late on Saturday, and this one will be bringing the colder arctic air. Scattered showers will be possible on Saturday out ahead of and as the front passes. Highs behind the front on Sunday should be in the upper 30s and lower 40s. Overnight lows will return to near or below freezing heading into early next week.