From Rusty Garrett:
Cloudy skies returned to Central Texas and they're here to stay for the rest of the work week. Fortunately, our next cold front moving through early Saturday, will provide sunshine, with the trade-off of gusty winds!
Overnight temperatures only drop into the mid/upper 40s thanks to the lingering clouds overhead. A few scattered showers may form, but we'll have better chances to see mist and drizzle as we approach the morning. During the afternoon, we could see a strong storm near I-45, but the overall chances for severe weather are low. Highs Friday climb into the upper 50s and low 60s with overall rain chances staying near 60%.
The front arrives after 3am Saturday and should clear Central Texas by 9am. As it arrives, we'll likely see a broken line of showers and thunderstorms. After the rain and storms clear, sunshine and west winds (gusting to near 40mph) should send highs into the mid/upper 60s.
Cooler air from Saturday's front slips in early Sunday as morning lows drop into the upper 30s. Highs Sunday are expected in the low 60s, quite comfortable, especially since winds will be relatively calm.