From Brady Taylor:
We have a cold front that will be moving through Central Texas today. In advance of the front we could see a few scattered showers and thunderstorms this morning, mainly east of I-35. Behind the front we will see clearing skies and very gusty northwest winds that could reach as high as 35 mph. Highs this afternoon will climb into the mid-to-upper 70s.
The gusty winds will die down after sunset, and that will help to allow overnight lows to drop into the upper 40s tomorrow morning. The cool down doesn’t last long, as we warm back into 80s on Thursday and Friday.
Our next front arrives during the latter part of the day Saturday. A few isolated showers may form during the morning, but scattered showers and thunderstorms are more likely during the afternoon before forming into a line of thunderstorms Saturday night. However, we're fairly confident that most of the rain should move out before midday Sunday. Sharply cooler air will move in behind the front keeping afternoon highs Sunday in the upper 60s and lower 70s.