AUSTIN, Texas — Saturday afternoon was spectacular, and we have more great weather on the way for Sunday afternoon. Before we get there, temperatures will turn a bit chilly tonight with lows in the upper 30s to mid 40s. After a chilly morning, Sunday afternoon will be mostly sunny with highs near 70.
Sunday's weather will be pretty close to the average for this time of the year, but we quickly trend warmer again starting next week. Expect low to mid 70s for Monday and Tuesday, and then highs near 80 Wednesday through Friday.
With strong southerly flow returning to the forecast, cloud cover will be much more widespread starting Tuesday, but rain chances remain very low. It's not until Friday and the weekend that more substantial rain chances return.
The models are not currently in agreement on the timing, but the general idea is that a cold front will move through Central Texas around Saturday or Sunday. This front could bring not just the potential for rain, but possibly the chance for strong storms. We're still too far out for details, but the KVUE Storm Team will watch it carefully.
A few clouds and cool. Northeast wind at 5 mph.
Plenty of sunshine and warmer. Northeast wind eventually shifting out of the southeast at 5 mph.
Mostly clear. East-southeast wind at 5 mph.
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