From Sean Bellafiore:
The weather remains quiet across the entire state of Texas. High temperatures today return back into the 80s across much of Central Texas with sunny skies overhead. Although afternoon high temperatures have warmed up, morning low temperatures Thursday remain below average. With clear skies and weak northwest winds, temperatures Thursday morning drop into the lower and middle 50s.
High temperatures may warm up a few more degrees Thursday and Friday into the lower and middle 80s with mostly sunny skies. South winds return Friday night, bringing some clouds back into Central Texas' skies. Although you'll notice a few extra clouds Saturday afternoon, no rain is in the forecast.
An approaching storm system from the Desert Southwest may bring strong thunderstorms to West Texas Sunday afternoon. Much of Sunday afternoon will likely remain dry across Central Texas, but storms from West Texas may move into the area Sunday night. Sunday's storm system continues to move towards the Central Plains and may bring a good chance of showers and thunderstorms both Monday and Tuesday afternoon. Due to model data differences, it's still too early to tell if storms Sunday, Monday, or Tuesday will be strong.