From Sean Bellafiore:
The stretch of above average warmth continues across Central Texas for the next few days, but a return to near normal temperatures is in the forecast from the middle of the week through the weekend. High temperatures today should have no trouble climbing into the middle and upper 60s under sunny skies. A few locations may climb into the lower 70s. Temperatures should be quick to fall during the early evening hours, but a return of south winds tonight should prevent temperatures from falling past the middle and upper 40s with mostly clear to partly cloudy skies.
Strong southerly and southwesterly winds between 10 and 20 miles per hour may gust to near 25 MPH Tuesday afternoon, aiding in drawing warm air into Central Texas. High temperatures Tuesday will have no problem reaching the middle 70s under sunny skies. A cold front is slated to arrive Tuesday evening and will drop temperatures to near normal levels Wednesday through Sunday.
Morning lows drop into the upper 30s and lower 40s Wednesday with afternoon high temperatures climbing to near 60°. Winds go calm Wednesday night allowing for overnight lows to drop close to freezing by Thursday morning. Temperatures shouldn't fall too far below freezing (if at all) for long, but sensitive outdoor vegetation may still be impacted by the cold weather. High temperatures hover in the upper 50s and lower 60s Thursday and Friday. Morning temperatures Friday and Saturday drop back into the middle 30s.
Another cold front is slated to arrive Friday night, which will only help to reinforce cool air already in place. High temperatures Saturday and Sunday remain in the upper 50s and lower 60s with morning low temperatures staying in the lower and middle 30s. Rain remains out of the forecast for the next 7 days and will likely remain absent from the forecast through the beginning of February.