From Elliot Wilson:
It was definitely a cold one across Central Texas as highs got into the 40’s, but the Wind Chills stayed in the 30’s all day, and even colder conditions are in store for us tonight. Winds will die down by late evening, but in the meantime expect Wind Chills in the mid to upper 20’s throughout the evening. Even though winds will be lighter overnight, they’ll still push in from the north and bring overnight lows into the mid to upper 20’s, with Wind Chills around 20° by dawn.
Sunshine will greet us tomorrow morning, and will help get us out of those cold conditions quickly. Winds will also be much more calm on Sunday, so the sunshine will be able to help us out more, bringing highs to around 50° during the afternoon. Skies will stay clear through Sunday night, so you’ll have no problem seeing the eclipse at night. We’ll get into the low 60’s with sunny skies for MLK Day, with some rain moving through on Tuesday