From Sean Bellafiore:
Wednesday marks the third day in a row with rain in the forecast. However, much like Tuesday, rainfall coverage this afternoon will likely not be very widespread. Highs today climb into the middle and upper 90s with a mix of sunshine and cloud cover. Rain chances today remain near 30% with only a select few receiving rainfall. The best chances for afternoon rain will be southeast of Milam, Robertson, and Leon Counties and near and north of the Metroplex.
Overnight lows fall into the middle 70s with partly cloudy skies. A few pop-up showers remain possible overnight tonight, but much of the area stays rain-free. A weak frontal boundary likely slowly sinks southward from the Metroplex Thursday afternoon. If the front arrives before the end of the day in Central Texas, you can expect slightly increased rain chances If the front is delayed, expect only scattered afternoon rainfall.
High pressure begins to move closer to the area Friday into the weekend. Friday will be the transition day as temperatures begin to warm up with rain chances sinking to 20%. High pressure continues to build this weekend, allowing for mostly sunny skies to return by Sunday afternoon with temperatures nearing 100° by the end of the weekend. High pressure remains in control for much of next week, keeping Central Texas' weather hot and dry.