From Rusty Garrett:
There's not much to say about Central Texas' weather for the next few days, except that it'll remain warm and quiet. Overnight lows fall into the upper 40s and lower 50s with clear skies and the return of south winds.
Southerly winds increase up to 15 to 25 miles per hour Thursday, helping to push warm air into Central Texas. Highs climb into the middle 80s with a few upper 80s possibly showing up. Thursday's high temperature record of 89° set in 1996 could be in jeopardy.
Don't get used to the warm weather, because a short-lived, but potent shot of cool air arrives late Friday and will send temperatures from nearly 25° above average to a few degrees below average on Saturday. Highs Friday still may reach the middle 70s before the cold front pushes through during the day. As cooler air filters in, Saturday morning temperatures may fall into the middle and upper 30s.
Temperatures quickly rebound Sunday as south winds return, sending highs back into the upper 60s and lower 70s. The best of the upcoming rain chances, as of now, seem to be Tuesday, tagged at 30%.