From Sean Bellafiore:
A warming trend has begun for Central Texas and will bring warming temperatures and a very low chance for showers this weekend. Tonight will be the last cold night for a few days as morning lows Saturday fall into the lower 30s. High temperatures on Saturday reach the lower 50s under increasing cloudiness due to the return of Gulf moisture and southerly winds.
Cloud cover keeps temperatures steady throughout the night Saturday into Sunday morning. A few scattered showers may form, mainly near and east of I-35 Saturday night into Sunday morning, Showers will be isolated in nature and not particularly strong. Most areas of Central Texas should remain rain free. Southerly winds continue Sunday afternoon with partial afternoon clearing helping to send highs into the lower and middle 70s.
A weak cold front should move through Central Texas Sunday night sending afternoon high temperatures near average Monday and Tuesday in the middle 60s with mostly clear to partly cloudy skies. Another cold front is set to move into Central Texas sometime next week and the resulting weather conditions depend entirely on when it arrives.
As of now, next week's cold front (and subsequent shot of cold air) is set to move in late Wednesday. Ahead of the front, high temperatures climb into the lower 70s Wednesday afternoon. The front should come through dry, however high temperatures drop into the 40s and 50s Thursday and Friday of next week. As of now, this shot of cold air should not be as cold as what we experienced the past few days. The forecast for next Wednesday through Friday comes with abnormally low confidence and will likely change over the next few days.