From Sean Bellafiore:
An upper level low pressure system and a stalled frontal boundary combine to bring scattered showers tonight. The best chance of rain will be during the early morning hours Monday mainly to the east of I-35. A few isolated showers are also possible Monday morning to the west of I-35 as well.
Showers will gradually end from west to east Monday, with much of Central Texas drying out before the mid-afternoon. Winds will steadily increase Monday morning from the north between 15 and 25 miles per hour with mostly cloudy conditions lasting through much of the day. Because of the north winds and cloud cover, high temperatures Monday will only reach the upper 60s and lower 70s area wide.
Skies will gradually clear Monday night, however windy conditions remain. North winds will continue to move cold air into Central Texas. By Tuesday morning, temperatures area wide will drop into the upper 40s and lower 50s, the coldest morning since the middle of April.
A warming trend begins Tuesday afternoon, lasting through the beginning of the weekend as a ridge of high pressure builds over the Southern Plains. High temperatures will peak in the middle 80s Thursday and Friday. Clouds begin to return late Friday and Saturday with a low chance of showers and thunderstorms next Sunday.