From Rusty Garrett:
Friday offered a mix of sunshine and clouds and readings warming into the middle 70s. Highs will once again climb into the 70s on Saturday, with a few spotty afternoon showers and thunderstorms possible as a cold front moves though. As of now, rain chances are in the forecast but remain low, near 30%.
The front sweeps through and brings slightly cooler air and windy conditions to Central Texas Sunday. Sustained winds may approach 25-30 MPH with winds potentially gusting to near 40 MPH at times. The strong northwesterly winds should help to pump slightly cooler air into the area despite partly cloudy skies overhead. Expect afternoon temperatures in the middle 60s Sunday.