AUSTIN, Texas — Hopefully everyone had a great Thanksgiving and Black Friday! Don't put your umbrella away just yet.
The heaviest rainfall comes arrives Friday night through early Saturday morning as an area of low pressure moves through Texas. Overall, the severe weather threat is very low, but there could be some pockets of heavy rain with some localized flooding possible. An additional 1"-3" of rain is on the way for much of Central Texas.
We'll be tracking scattered to widespread showers early Saturday morning, but conditions will clear from west to east for the afternoon as the area of low pressure moves further to the northeast.
Expect afternoon highs in the lower 60s on Saturday as we trend even warmer and sunnier for Sunday in the lower 70s. High temperatures will continue to build through the first half of next week. Temperatures could possibly return to the upper 70s by Tuesday!
The warmer weather will be short lived as our next cold front arrives late Tuesday into early Wednesday, dropping our temperatures back into the 50s.
100% chance of rain. Locally heavy rain possible. North wind eventually shifting out of the west at 5-15 mph with gusts around 25 mph.
30% AM showers with PM clearing conditions. West wind 5 to 10 mph with gusts around 25 mph.
Clear and chilly. Southwest wind at 5-10 mph.
Check out the live radar for what you can expect the rest of the day and into the workweek.