AUSTIN -- A late summer cold front will push through Central Texas late Thursday night, allowing for rain chances across the area.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms increased Thursday afternoon and evening ahead of the front. Although it won't be a drought buster, showers will end our current dry streak.
Rainfall amounts through Saturday could reach one to two inches in a few areas.
The cold front will push through the Austin area after midnight, allowing for cooler air to spill into the region.
High temperatures on Friday, Saturday and Sunday will be in the mid-80s. Lingering light rain showers will remain in the forecast through Sunday.
Highs will briefly climb back into the low 90s, before another cold front arrives Tuesday morning.