From Rusty Garrett:
Above average heat continues through the entire 7-day weather planner period, however only low-end rain chances are in the forecast. The first chance of rain Central Texas MAY see is overnight tonight. Activity which exits Oklahoma after midnight is showing signs of fading quickly before reaching our area.
Overnight rain chances are near 10% and much of (if not all of) Central Texas will likely NOT see rain.
High pressure builds in Thursday through the end of the weekend, sending temperatures into the middle 80s. Rain remains absent from the forecast Friday through Sunday.
High temperatures on Halloween are still forecast to be above average in the middle 80s with mostly sunny skies. Even as you take the kids out for trick-or-treating during the early evening, temperatures will remain in the middle 70s.
Temperatures cool off slightly Tuesday and Wednesday but will still remain above average in the lower and middle 80s. Strong south winds and a weak upper air disturbance may spark an isolated shower or two Tuesday and Wednesday, however rain chances remain dismal as of right now.