From Sean Bellafiore:
Warm and humid air has surged into Central Texas and today's weather will be noticeably different than yesterday! Mostly cloudy to overcast skies should stick around all day long with only a few peeks of sunshine here and there. Morning temperatures in the low/mid 60s should still reach the mid-to-upper 70s this afternoon, partially thanks to gusty south winds between 15 and 30 MPH. We may see a stray shower or two today with overall rain chances near 20%, but rain chances will be slightly higher tonight at 30% with overnight lows only falling into the mid 60s.
A 40% chance of rain is forecast Thursday as we have yet another mostly cloudy day in store for Central Texas. Like today, Thursday's temperatures should still be able to warm into the mid 70s despite the lack of sunshine. Our next front is set to move through early Friday morning and by sunrise, Friday's front will be moving through the area. We're expected scattered showers and non-severe storms along and behind the front, but rain is expected to gradually exit from west to east during the afternoon. Temperatures ahead of the from in the mid 60s should drop into the mid/upper 50s as the front passes through and will likely only warm back into the upper 50s and low 60s late in the day.
Beautiful weather is expected behind Friday's front, however it'll be a bit on the cool side Saturday morning with lows in the upper 30s and low 40s. Saturday's highs should reach the low 60s with the return of mostly clear skies. Sunday's temperatures warm back above normal in the upper 60s with low 70s returning Monday. Gusty south winds are back Monday and Tuesday ahead of our next cold front. It's still a bit early to tell when the front moves through, but it'll move through either Tuesday morning or Tuesday afternoon bringing us a 30% chance of rain. Tuesday's front should have no issue passing through the area so the weather will likely turn more seasonable for Wednesday, Thanksgiving, and Black Friday with highs and lows likely close to average in the 60s and 40s.