From Rusty Garrett:
Rain chances remain fairly low Friday evening, with overnight temperatures ranging from 40s out in our western counties, to 60s in our southeastern areas.
Skies remain mostly cloudy for much of the day Saturday in advance of an arriving cold front. As Saturday's front moves through around or shortly after midday, a broken line of showers and thunderstorms will push through the area. Rain may be locally heavy and there is also a low chance for a few strong storms which may contain pocket-change sized hail and up to 60mph wind gusts.
Skies should gradually clear late in the day (possibly allowing us to see the sunset Saturday!) Behind Saturday's front, temperatures fall into the upper 30s Sunday morning under clear skies with westerly winds between 5 and 10 miles per hour. Skies remain clear Monday as well as high temperatures creep into the middle and upper 60s.
Another storm system will approach Central Texas Tuesday and Wednesday bringing good rain chances right back to our area. Strong thunderstorms may be possible Wednesday, but it's far too early for specifics.