From Sean Bellafiore:
A cold front is on final approach to Central Texas and although this front will arrive Saturday, the cooler air won't make it into our area. We'll start the day Saturday with morning lows in the middle 40s before highs climb into the lower 70s under abundant sunshine. Winds will come from the south during the morning, switching to come from the north as the front arrives, but winds all day should remain calm.
Morning lows Sunday drop back into the middle 40s, but the only noticeable temperature change from the front comes Sunday afternoon as highs climb into the upper 60s and lower 70s. High pressure aloft gives a glancing pass to Central Texas Monday and Tuesday, sending high temperatures into the middle 70s Monday and upper 70s Tuesday.
An upper-level storm system and surface cold front should move across the Rockies Tuesday and through the Central Plains Wednesday. While this front may make it into our area and drop temperatures into the lower 70s Wednesday, the energy with the storm system should remain far enough away so that Central Texas only has a low 20% chance of much needed rainfall.
Another front will move through next Thursday. Unfortunately, Wednesday's front will likely push moisture out of the atmosphere, so Thursday's front may not have much (if any) rain associated with it. The front should clear the area Thursday night and temperatures should fall into the upper 50s and lower 60s next Friday.