From Brady Taylor:
Widespread overnight rain across Central Texas came to an end late this morning. High temperatures climbed into the upper 40s and lower 50s.
Strong north winds will gradually come down this evening and skies will gradually clear as well. Cooler air moves in tonight, so temperatures early Friday morning will likely drop to near or below freezing across most of the area. We'll enjoy the return of sunshine Friday, but the chilly morning readings will keep afternoon highs stuck in the lower 50s.
We'll start the weekend off Saturday with temperatures in the mid 30s but we'll end up in the mid-to-upper 50s by the end of the day. Clouds move back in Saturday night and we're expecting a mostly cloudy day Sunday with highs in the mid 60s. A weak weather system may spark a few isolated showers Sunday, mainly east of I-35, but rain chances stay low near 20%.
A steady warm-up will continue into early next week, but a stronger cold front arrives late Tuesday and drops our temperatures into the low 50s next Wednesday. Afternoon highs next Thursday, Friday, and Saturday are expected to be below normal in the 40s and 50s.