From Rusty Garrett:
Tuesday's weather has been quite similar to Monday's, as scattered hit-or-miss rain showers have randomly "pulsed" up and down across parts of Central Texas.
The trend for the next few days will be for all activity to diminish after sunset with skies remaining partly cloudy through the evening.
By morning, temperatures will drop into the middle and upper 60s with a few areas east of I-35 staying in the lower 70s. Highs are once again expected to climb into the upper 80s and lower 90s Wednesday & Thursday.
As we approach Memorial Day weekend, Friday will feature increasing temperatures and low isolated shower chances. As of now, rain chances remain less than 20% Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, but a disturbance entering into the Gulf of Mexico late this week could give us a better chance for Memorial Day rain depending upon where it tracks. Stay tuned!