From Brian Germ:
It was a very warm start to the weekend with temperatures reaching the 80s all around Central Texas! Expect another mild night with clouds increasing out ahead of our next storm system. Overnight lows will only reach the upper 50s and lower 60s. A few sprinkles as well as patchy fog will be possible Sunday morning under mostly cloudy skies.
After drenching rains in California Friday and Saturday, a strong upper-level low pressure system will approach Texas from the west on Sunday. Warm moist air will continue to increase out of the south through the day with highs still reaching well into the 70s. Scattered showers and a few thunderstorms will begin to develop near and west of I-35 out ahead of the dryline. The weather ingredients will be in place across Central Texas for a few severe storms to form by late Sunday afternoon and evening. The highest threat for severe weather will be along and west of I-35 with the possibility for damaging winds, hail, and an isolated tornado. Heavy rain is then likely for all of Central Texas Sunday night and through Monday morning as the entire system pushes east. Rainfall totals are likely to be around 1 to 2 inches, with the highest totals east of I-35 Monday morning.
Rainfall will end from west to east Monday on President's Day with most of the activity during the morning hours. Skies will slowly clear out west with lingering cloud cover east. Highs for President's Day on Monday will still be mild in the low to mid 70s.
Dry and quiet conditions will return for Central Texas on Tuesday and through the rest of the week, however temperatures will still be very warm for this time of year. Expect highs to remain in the 70s with overnight lows in the 40s and 50s under mostly clear skies. A dry cold front will move through late Thursday or Friday, however temperatures will only cool down slightly heading into next weekend.