From Brian Germ:
Clouds and moisture increased over Central Texas Sunday bringing a few light showers earlier in the afternoon. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will continue to develop Sunday evening as a disturbance moves through the region. A few strong to severe storms will be possible as well with the main threat being large hail. Rain and storm chances will be around 40% to 50% with the focus being along and to the east of I-35. Overnight lows will be very mild for the end of February in the upper 50s and lower 60s. Some patchy fog and drizzle will be possible early Monday morning with overcast skies.
Warm and humid air will soar into Central Texas for Monday with only very low rain and storm chances. Skies will become partly cloudy by the afternoon hours with highs well into the 70s and approaching 80 degrees! Winds will remain out of the south at 10 to 20 mph.
Another disturbance sweeps into the Plains on Tuesday as the dryline sets up to the west. Very warm and humid air will still be in place, and any storms that develop will have the potential to be on the strong to severe side. There is currently a low chance for severe storms for mainly across our northeastern areas. Highs Tuesday afternoon will be very warm in the upper 70s and lower 80s!
A cold front will move through Central Texas during early Wednesday morning, potentially firing up scattered showers and storms along the boundary. Conditions will become quiet and dry by Wednesday afternoon and for the rest of the work week. Highs will be near seasonal in the 60s under mostly clear skies.
Our next weather disturbance may impact Central Texas through the weekend. Only low rain chances will be in place for now, with temperatures expected to be a little warmer than average.