From Rusty Garrett:
Overnight, a stray sprinkle or two is possible, but most should remain dry. Tuesday morning lows only drop into the middle 60s (potentially warmer than today's average high temperature of 64°). Clouds will remain in place for much of the night as well. Slightly more sunshine is possible Tuesday afternoon, but generally mostly cloudy skies will remain with high temperatures climbing into the upper 70s and lower 80s. An isolated storm remains possible during the day, but better rain chances arrive late Tuesday night with our next front.
The cold front should approach the area around midnight Wednesday, completely clearing the area shortly after sunrise at the latest. Isolated showers may form along the front with rain chances near 30%. Rain chances are highest east of I-35.
The mid-week cold front will bring the return to near normal highs in the mid 60s...and below average lows in the mid to upper 30s.
Clouds start to make their return Friday into the weekend with afternoon highs remaining in the middle 60s Friday and Saturday.
A few isolated showers may pop up both Saturday and Sunday as southerly winds and Gulf moisture return to Central Texas. Rain chances at the current time remain low.
Long range model data suggests another cold snap will arrive early next week, possibly bringing with it another stretch of chilly weather for the region.