From Brian Germ:
Clouds this afternoon will prevent most of Central Texas from reaching normal afternoon highs. Near and east of I-35, clouds are expected to last for nearly the entire days. As a result, high temperatures near I-35 will only reach the lower 50s. As you go east, temperatures near I-45 will only climb into the middle and upper 40s. Skies are expected to gradually become partly cloudy west of I-35 and temperatures will steadily warm up to the upper 50s near the Highway 281 corridor.
Clouds make a quick return tonight for all of Central Texas as low-level moisture continues to funnel in. With moisture in place, scattered drizzle, mist, and fog will form, especially near and east of I-35. Temperatures will likely only drop into the middle and upper 40s around midnight before climbing into the upper 40s and low 50s by daybreak. Clouds will once again plague Central Texas Saturday morning, but the clearing line should make it to the I-35 corridor during the afternoon. Temperatures near and west of I-35 will climb into the upper 60s and lower 70s while areas east of I-35 will continue to see clouds, a low chance of scattered showers, and highs that will only reach the lower and middle 60s.
Clouds again return Saturday night as temperatures drop into the mid 50s around midnight. By daybreak, morning temperatures will climb into the upper 50s and lower 60s. A cold front will move through the area Sunday afternoon, sparking scattered showers and thunderstorms near and east of I-35. Rain chances Sunday are good, near 50%, but since storms will be scattered, some locations near and east of I-35 may miss out on the beneficial rainfall. Cooler air behind Sunday's front moves in by Monday morning, but since the air behind the front is of Pacific (and not Arctic) origin, temperatures Monday through Thursday of next week moderate in the upper 50s and lower 60s under mostly sunny skies while morning lows hover near and slightly above freezing.