From Brady Taylor:
Cloudy skies are in place across Central Texas, with a few light showers possible. This morning rain will gradually shift off to the east and southeast. Most of us will stay rain-free today, with highs in the upper 60s.
Rain chances start to slowly increase tonight to near 50% as an upper-level trough combines with tropical moisture already in the atmosphere. The early evening hours should remain dry, but rain chances jump as we get closer to sunrise Wednesday. Wednesday's forecast calls for not only widespread rain, but also locally heavy rain too. Once rain begins to move in from the west, it'll likely not let up for nearly the entire day. Embedded within the large shield of rain will be some locally heavy downpours as well which will only aggravate last week's flooding issues. Rain will gradually come to an end from west to east Wednesday night into Thursday morning with only a few isolated showers left Thursday morning. Another 1"-2" of rain can be expected on a widespread basis, but localized heavier amounts are possible. Highs Wednesday, due to the rain, may only reach the middle and upper 50s.
As rain comes to an end early Thursday morning, skies will gradually clear throughout the day. Highs will rebound some into the middle 60s, but a large majority of the day will remain dry. Highs climb back to near 70° Friday, still with a few lingering clouds, but clouds are expected to break all weekend long as sunshine reigns overhead. A dry cold front is set to move through Saturday which will increase our north winds for a few hours. Highs ahead of the front Saturday may approach 80°, but highs Sunday behind the front may only make it into the middle 70s. Temperatures will be a bit cooler next Monday too in the upper 60s and low 70s.