JASON MIKELL - KVUE STORM TEAM METEOROLOGIST

Scattered rain starts out in the Hill Country Saturday. In the wake of a cold front, a drier air mass moves into South Central Texas that could set the stage for mostly dry conditions for the weekend. Although a few pop-up showers cannot be ruled out, expect mainly dry conditions with the return of sunshine on Sunday. Pockets of heavy rain return on Monday, and lingering showers could spot the map for Tuesday and Wednesday of next week. Additional rain next week could trigger flooding issues.

As of Friday afternoon, Lake Travis is sitting at its 5th highest height in history at over 704' msl. By Saturday, Lake Travis could approach the 705' to 706' msl.

DETAILED FORECAST-

SATURDAY:

Cloudy skies with a 20% chance of rain. North wind at 10 to 15 mph.

HIGH: 70°

TONIGHT:

Partly cloudy skies with a few spotty sprinkles. Northeast wind at 5 to 10 mph.

LOW: 55°

SUNDAY:

Partly sunny. Northeast wind around 10 mph.

HIGH: 68°