From Rusty Garrett:
An unsettled weather pattern remains in place over Central Texas for the foreseeable future with rain remaining a possibility through the upcoming weekend. Not all days are created equal, however, and rain chances will be higher some days than others. Scattered showers will form after midday and continue through shortly after sunset.
During the overnight hours, slightly drier air will attempt to creep into Central Texas, allowing for temperatures north of Highway 84 and west of I-35 to drop into the lower 60s. Humid air remains in place over the rest of Central Texas with morning low temperatures only dropping into the middle and upper 60s. Skies by morning will be partly cloudy.
Temperatures Tuesday will be in the lower and middle 80s, still with a mix of sunshine and cloud cover. Rain chances Tuesday are low, only near 20%. South and southeasterly winds will keep humid air in place. With the arrival of more humidity Wednesday, scattered rain chances remain at 40%.
Our next highest chance is Thursday as a disturbance moves across the state sparking widespread and potentially heavy rain Central Texas. Rain coverage Thursday is near 60% with a low chance for a few isolated strong storms. Chances drop to 30% Friday, Saturday, and Sunday as only isolated afternoon thunderstorms remain in the forecast.