From Rusty Garrett:
A Wind Advisory is in effect until 1 am Friday for McLennan, Bell, Falls, Milam, Lampasas, Coryell, San Saba, Mills, Hamilton, Bosque, and Hill counties. Sustained winds of 20 to 30+ mph and gusts over 40 mph will be possible at times.
A strong upper-level low will move into the Plains, causing a dryline to move across Central Texas. A line of showers and storms will likely form ahead of this boundary, moving west to east through the day on Friday. Some strong to severe storms may be possible, especially along and to the east of I-35, from late Friday morning through the afternoon hours. Rainfall totals should remain less than 1/2 an inch, however some damaging winds and large hail may be possible in some of the more developed storms. Conditions will clear out behind the line of showers and storms as skies turn mostly sunny. Highs will still reach the upper 70s and lower 80s.
It will be a great upcoming start to the weekend on Saturday with mostly sunny skies and dry conditions. The next upper-level disturbance will move into the Plains on Sunday, bringing another chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms. Coverage is not expected to be as widespread as the line of storms on Friday, however the severe weather risk may be a little bit higher if any storms are able to form. Rain and storm chances will be around 30%.