From Brian Germ:
The warm and humid air mass Saturday will help to aid in the development of widespread showers and storms Saturday night and early Sunday morning. A strong cold front is expected to push through Central Texas from northwest to southeast. The timing of the front should be shortly after midnight for our northwestern counties, and exiting the forecast area to our southeast around sunrise Sunday. Some of the storms that develop along of and ahead of the cold front will become strong to severe. The main threats will be strong damaging winds, large hail, frequent lightning, and the low chance for isolated tornadoes. Please follow The Weather Authority with News 10 closely overnight and Sunday morning as we track the storms through Central Texas.
Temperatures behind the passing front Sunday morning should be in the upper 50s and lower 60s with a few lingering showers possible for a bit after sunrise. Otherwise, expect skies to clear by the late morning and afternoon hours, with breezy northerly winds 15 to 25 mph. Highs Sunday should stay in the 70s with very low humidity. Expect a cooler overnight as temperatures fall into the 40s for most locations by Monday morning!
Quiet and rain-free conditions are expected through the upcoming work week, with a dry passing cold front on Tuesday to help re-enforce the drier and cooler air. Afternoon temperatures will be in the 70s and low 80s Monday through Thursday with mornings in the upper 40s and lower 50s.
A stronger cold front should arrive Thursday night and Friday morning, dropping temperatures significantly to end the week and start the weekend. A few showers and storms may accompany the front, however rain chances appear low at this time. Afternoon temperatures look to only remain in the 60s with overnight lows in the 40s with possibly some upper 30s!