From Brian Germ:
Cloud cover and scattered showers have increased across portions of Central Texas Saturday afternoon, due to an upper-level low moving into the Big Bend region of Texas. Most of the activity that develops will remain generally weak. Temperatures have been slightly cooler due to the added cloud cover and moisture, but the humidity has increased. A few leftover showers will be possible Saturday night, but most areas will just see partly to mostly cloudy skies. Overnight lows will fall into the middle 70s.
Expect scattered showers once again on Sunday afternoon across Central Texas, with the best chances across our southern and western counties. Highs will be slightly cooler again, with temperatures reaching the upper 80s and lower 90s. Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy at times.
Rain chances are expected to stick around through much of next week as moisture will remain prevalent across Central Texas. The best chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms will be on Tuesday as a boundary layer drops across Texas. Rain chances will be around 40% to 50%. Isolated to scattered showers will be possible through most of the work week as moisture is likely to remain across Central Texas.