From Sean Bellafiore:
After morning showers and thunderstorms moved through Central Texas, some more scattered rain may roll through during the afternoon. With partly to mostly cloudy skies, expect highs to climb into the lower 90s in areas that saw abundant morning rain. For those that missed out on the rain, highs should reach the middle and upper 90s with heat indices as high as 105°. Rain chances for the remainder of the afternoon will slowly drop from 40% to 20% by sunset before dropping out of the forecast by 9 PM.
Tonight, temperatures fall only into the upper 70s to near 80° as clouds return by morning. Morning cloudiness Tuesday will give way to partial afternoon sunshine as highs again climb into the upper 90s to near 100°. Winds will remain a bit strong Tuesday too, still gusting out of the south near 20 miles per hour. Another stray shower or two may move through Tuesday, but rain chances are only near 10%.
Throughout the remainder of the week and the weekend, expect morning clouds to give way to some afternoon sunshine. Temperatures will climb into the upper 90s each and every afternoon after starting the morning in the upper 70s. Rain chances each afternoon will remain below 10%. Early next week, the Gulf sea breeze may move far enough inland to provide slightly increased Central Texas rain chances, but as of now, rain chances early next week are only near 20%.