AUSTIN — Unlike the first weekend of Austin City Limits, conditions will be a touch more damp and cooler. Temperatures are expected to cool down into the 50s and 60s by Monday. There could also be a few delays because of inclement weather.
Let's take a look at the forecast ahead.
Saturday begins with cloudy skies and strong storms in the Edwards Plateau and Hill Country. Most locations will awake to warm and muggy conditions that will stick around during the day. Light to moderate shower activity is likely with a few pop-up storms. Ponchos and protective gear that cannot stand the rain will need to be in close reach.
The biggest impact for the weekend will be from our dramatic cold front that is not expected to move through until the late hours for Sunday into Monday. Because of that, temperatures could near 90 degrees on Sunday. With that said, the humidity will stick around.