From Sean Bellafiore:
After a mostly dry week across Central Texas, the chance of rain has returned due to an upper-level low that's moving from Mexico into Texas. This low will gradually drift into our area over the next few days, possibly sparking a few showers or thunderstorms each afternoon through the middle of next week.
Expect a mix of sun and clouds Saturday as highs temperatures only reach the lower and middle 90s. A few isolated showers or stray thunderstorms are in the forecast (rain chances near 20%), mainly along and east of I-35 and south of Highway 84. Much of Central Texas will likely not see rain Saturday afternoon.
Another low chance of rain is in the forecast Sunday and Monday as the upper-level low sits over the area. Although the chance of rain will remain low, rain chances won't be confined near and east of I-35. Anywhere in Central Texas may see an isolated shower move through during the afternoon.
By Tuesday, another weak disturbance may move into Central Texas from the Central Plain states. This disturbance may spark a few more afternoon showers and thunderstorms across Central Texas both Tuesday and Wednesday. Rain chances both days are near 30% and if any thunderstorms form, they may contain frequent lightning and some stronger wind gusts. Severe weather is not in the forecast.
High pressure builds back into the western portion of the state Thursday which may help to eliminate rain chances across Central Texas and increase temperatures slightly. By Friday, a storm system may move through the eastern United States. The tail end of a cold front may move through our area late Thursday night into Friday, giving us another low chance of rain.