From Rusty Garrett:
After moderate to heavy rain moved through Central Texas Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, rain finally exited to the east by midday.
Temperatures by morning fall into the middle 40s with patchy dense fog possible in spots. Fog may be a bit more dense near and west of I-35 where skies will likely clear faster.
Temperatures rebound quite nicely to end the work week as mostly sunny skies make a return. Highs Thursday and Friday reach the lower and middle 70s with no rain in the forecast. Morning temperatures remain "warm" as well in the upper 40s and lower 50s. Another cold front is set to arrive Saturday and may bring with it another chance for showers and thunderstorms. As of now, rain chances Saturday are near 30%, but may need to be increased over the coming days. Severe weather is a possibility, and will continue to be monitored over the next few days.