From Elliot Wilson:
Rain chances have dropped of now, and we’ll be seeing mostly clear skies as we go into the night. This will help us cool down more, getting into the low to mid 70’s to start the overnight, with most of us cooling to the low 70’s to start Wednesday. We’ll have spotty rain chances starting Wednesday morning, and they’ll last through the evening, but most of us stay dry with partly cloudy skies and highs in the upper 80’s to low 90’s. Rain chances go down to 10% on Thursday, mainly for areas down near Milam County and College Station during the afternoon. Otherwise we’ll have plenty of sunshine for Thursday with highs in the low to mid 90’s.
Even warmer conditions arrive to end the work week as a ridge of high pressure moves in from Mexico. This will bring highs into the mid to possibly upper 90’s Friday afternoon. The mid 90’s will last through the beginning of next week, with spotty rain chances returning for the weekend and Monday.