From Rusty Garrett:
After a stormy weekend, Monday turned sunny and mild, with highs in the mid to upper 70s!
Winds will stay breezy overnight, gusting to near 25mph, and some cooler air will move into Central Texas as well. With a surge of cool, dry air, morning lows are forecast to fall into the lower and middle 40s. The cooler than average start to the day Tuesday will lead to a milder than average afternoon. Despite full sunshine, highs for the first day of Spring will only climb into the upper 60s and lower 70s. Winds will remain a bit strong too, gusting to near 30mph.
The first night of Spring will be colder than normal and by Wednesday morning, temperatures will have dropped into the upper 30s and lower 40s. High pressure will still be close by Wednesday and should keep skies mostly clear, but high pressure will begin to shift away and temperatures will begin to warm up for the middle and end of the week. With generally calm winds, temperatures Wednesday should easily reach the middle 70s, but as strong south winds return Thursday, high temperatures will return back into the upper 70s with partly cloudy skies.