From Sean Bellafiore:
The second cold front in four days time moved through Central Texas yesterday and has helped to give us another shot of cooler air. Although it'll be a bit breezy at times today with north winds between 10 and 20 miles per hour, it'll be a picture perfect day. Highs today climb into the upper 70s and lower 80s with sunny skies overhead.
Winds relax after sunset tonight which will allow for maximum radiational cooling. Overnight low temperatures tumble into the lower 50s across much of Central Texas. Don't be surprised if you wake up to a few upper 40s west of I-35. If you live near I-45, morning temperatures will be a bit warmer in the middle 50s.
Highs stay in the upper 70s and low 80s Friday and Saturday with sunny skies overhead and generally calm wind. Morning lows Saturday will be a bit warmer than Friday but still quite perfect in the middle 50s. Dry air remains entrenched over Central Texas through Sunday. Although highs Sunday climb back into the middle 80s, humidity values stay low.
Some humidity will make a return early next week. High temperatures Monday and Tuesday climb into the middle 80s, but afternoon dew points return back into the lower 60s. It won't feel like summer next week, but you may notice a slight mugginess to the air. The return of Gulf moisture next week comes ahead of our next cold front. As of now the cold front is slated to arrive early Wednesday or Thursday. Rain chances are near 30% Wednesday, however the speed of next week's cold front will dictate when the best chances will be. As of now, widespread heavy rain is not anticipated with next week's front.