From Brian Germ:
Today will remain very seasonal and quiet across Central Texas with highs in the mid to upper 90s under mostly sunny skies. Winds will be south at 5 to 10 mph. Overnight, temperatures will settle into the mid and upper 70s under partly cloudy skies and light southeasterly winds.
Our weather pattern will change beginning Wednesday as a front approaches and moves into North Texas. Scattered showers and storms will be possible Wednesday afternoon with rain chances around 40%. Heavy rainfall, gusty winds, and frequent lightning will be the main concerns. Highs should still be fairly hot in the mid 90s for most of Central Texas.
The remnant front and outflow boundaries should stay draped across parts of the region Thursday and into Friday, keeping a 30% to 40% chance for more scattered showers and storms in the forecast. Skies are expected to be partly to mostly cloudy, keeping temperatures a little lower in the low 90s.
Our eyes will be turning to the tropics for the end of the week and through the upcoming weekend. The remnants of Tropical Storm Harvey are expected to move into the Gulf of Mexico and towards the state of Texas. Re-development into a tropical system is likely over the next few days. Impacts to Central Texas are likely due to a big surge of tropical moisture expected to move northward across parts of the state. Multiple rounds of heavy rainfall will be possible depending on exactly where this system ends up along the Gulf Coast. We'll continue to monitor this developing system over the next few days, but it looks like we could be dealing with a very wet weekend!