From Sean Bellafiore:
A weak disturbance will roll across Texas this morning and provide us with a few clouds, but a lot of sunshine is expected late this morning and this afternoon! Highs today, thanks to more sunshine than yesterday and southerly winds, climb into the upper 50s with even a few 60s showing up too. The clear skies in the afternoon hang around tonight too. Morning lows Friday in the upper 30s and low 40s boost into the upper 60s and low 70s as westerly winds return in the afternoon.
A weak 'cold front' slides through the area on Saturday and we'll see a small temperature drop because of it. Sunshine remains plentiful, but highs should take a small dip into the mid and upper 60s during the afternoon. Slightly warmer temperatures in the upper 60s are expected Sunday. Another cold front, set to move through sometime Monday, should bring a more substantial temperature drop for the rest of the week. If the front moves through during the morning, temperatures Monday afternoon may fall into the low-to-mid 50s. However, a later arriving front may mean afternoon temperatures could warm into the 70s. Regardless of when the front moves through, it'll only bring a low 20% chance of rain, mainly to areas east of I-35. Cold air spills in behind Monday's front with near and below freezing temperatures Tuesday and Wednesday morning. Afternoon highs Tuesday and Wednesday should only reach the low-to-mid 50s.