From Rusty Garrett:
A midday cool front marched through Central Texas and temperatures continued to fall throughout the day Wednesday. Highs were reached for many locations in the low to mid 70s, and mainly around or before lunch. Winds have been a bit strong out of the north as well, gusting to near 35mph at times.
Rain has been scattered in nature and generally light to moderate, with a few rumbles of thunder. The activity will slowly taper off during the early evening. By 10pm, most of Central Texas should be dry.
Low temperatures Thursday morning will drop into the lower and middle 40s. Skies will clear throughout the morning Thursday, and afternoon highs will rebound nicely into the middle 70s with weak northerly winds. Temperatures Friday will also remain comfortable in the middle and upper 70s.
This weekend, temperatures will rebound into the upper 70s and lower 80s. You won't notice much of a change in humidity Saturday and Sunday, but it'll start to feel a bit more humid Monday. Rain chances will likely return next week and may feature a chance for severe weather. It's far too early for any specifics, but you'll want to keep next week's storm chances front of mind during the upcoming gorgeous Central Texas weekend.