From Rusty Garrett:
After a nice weekend, subtle changes are coming to the weather this week. A sizeable plume of tropical moisture streaming in from the Pacific, will be the source for scattered rain through mid-week.
We aren't expecting severe weather, but we could get a stronger storm or two that could produce some locally heavy rain and lightning at times. Overall, rain totals should be anywhere from a disappointing trace or less to isolated areas getting up to a half inch or more.
After above normal highs in the upper 70s and 80s to kick off the week, we will be awaiting our next cool front Tuesday. Rain chances go up tomorrow afternoon and evening as the front moves into Central Texas. Wednesday, a lingering chance for a few showers remain in the morning, but the afternoon will shape up nicely with sunshine and highs in the low 70s.
Thursday through Saturday offers more sunshine with highs warming into the 70s and 80s.