From Rusty Garrett:
Central Texas was treated to some beautiful weather Monday, but strong to severe thunderstorms may return Tuesday night and Wednesday as our next storm system moves through.
Southeasterly winds help to pull Gulf moisture back into Central Texas Tuesday. Morning clouds and some drizzle should give way to at least some afternoon sunshine. A potent upper-level low will move into West Texas late in the day, likely sparking isolated thunderstorms across West Texas near Abilene and San Angelo.
Those thunderstorms over West Texas should eventually form into a line and move east into our area early Wednesday. As the line pushes across Central Texas, it should be able to take advantage of ample moisture and instability, allowing for storms within the line to potentially be severe. Strong winds will be the primary threat with Wednesday's line of storms, hail cannot be completely ruled out. Rain should move across I-35 near Wednesday morning's commute with rain likely exiting east of I-45 near or shortly after midday.
After rain exits Wednesday, the weather turns calm for Central Texas for the end of the work week with morning temperatures in the 50s and afternoon temperatures in the middle 70s Thursday and lower 80s Friday.