Central Texas woke up to mostly cloudy skies on Wednesday, keeping overnight lows in the upper 40s and 50s.
Cloudy skies will continue to drift over the region on Wednesday, bringing a slight chance of light showers. No measurable rain is expected across Central Texas, with afternoon highs in the upper 60s and 70s.
Southerly flow will prevail Thursday and Friday, bringing a warming trend to Central Texas. Waco could see a high temperature of 74 degrees on Thursday, and 76 degrees on Friday. Rain chances will also be on the increase as we finish off the work week. Isolated thunderstorms will be possible on Thursday, with a better chance for thunderstorms on Friday.
Saturday could end up being the stormiest day of the week as a cold front drops in from the north.
The First Alert 25 Weather Team has posted a 50 percent chance for thunderstorms on Saturday, with a low threat of severe weather. Highs should top out in the low 70s, with much cooler air expected on Sunday. Afternoon highs are expected to drop into the 60s between Sunday and Monday as a cool and dry air mass settles in over Central Texas.
Keep it with KXXV and the First Alert 25 Weather Team for your latest Central Texas forecast.
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