From Elliot Wilson:
Warm temperatures stick around going through the night, and the south winds will allow for another muggy overnight too. This will lead to some fog overnight going into Monday morning, so you may see some low visibilities for the morning commute. The fog will die down around 10am, after which we keep mostly cloudy skies through late afternoon, where highs will still manage to get into the upper 80’s.
Our next storm system will start approaching during the overnight heading into Tuesday morning, with a cold front expected to move into Central Texas from the west around 7am, and leave the I-45 corridor early afternoon. The severe weather threat looks low at this time, but a couple storms may produce strong wind gusts since there is a frontal boundary in play. Behind the front we’ll see clearing skies and much nicer weather, with sunshine expected to bring highs into the mid 80’s behind the front. The warm temperatures stick around afterwards through the end of the week, with a few clouds filtering through the area. However, we’ll still get plenty of sunshine overall. 20% rain chances arrive for the weekend, but any rain that develops looks to stay pretty isolated