From Sean Bellafiore:
Scattered showers and thunderstorms have moved across Central Texas for a good portion of the day Friday, and some showers may continue into the early evening hours tonight. Don't forget to take the umbrella with you tonight just in case you get caught in some rain. Showers should slowly diminish after sunset with much of the rain ending by midnight. Overnight lows tonight will be a bit cooler, down into the upper 60s and lower 70s.
Saturday and Sunday bring with it similar weather. Abundant Gulf moisture is overhead, but we lack widespread lift to spark showers and thunderstorms each afternoon. Rain chances are in the forecast both Saturday and Sunday, however without lift coverage should be relatively low. Rain chances both Saturday and Sunday hover near 30% and a weekend washout is NOT in the forecast. Because of extra clouds, expect morning temperatures in the lower 70s and afternoon highs in the upper 80s and low 90s.
Abundant moisture remains in place with a lack of widespread lift Monday and Tuesday. Scattered showers or a few stray thunderstorms are possible each afternoon, but rain chances remain near 30%. Afternoon highs remain "cool" in the upper 80s and low 90s. Unfortunately, dew points in the upper 60s and lower 70s will still make it feel muggy and hot.
A ridge of high pressure begins to build overhead Wednesday afternoon. An isolated shower or two remains possible, however sinking air aloft should quell widespread showers. High pressure continues to build through the next of next week, sending temperatures near and above average with mostly clear to partly cloudy skies. Long range model data indicates high pressure may stay in place through the Labor Day Weekend, providing Central Texas with near or above average temperatures. Next week, the average high starts at 95° and falls to 93° by Labor Day.