CENTRAL TEXAS — Clouds will slowly clear tonight, allowing lows to fall into the low 30s by morning. Mostly sunny conditions are expected Friday with slightly warmer highs in the upper 50s. That's still a few degrees below normal for early December.
We have something to keep an eye on now for Saturday. Another decent storm system will roll out of northern Mexico and into Central Texas Monday afternoon and evening. These types of systems are hard for the models to handle since they are coming from a place that doesn't have a lot of data. Moisture looks like it will be lacking, but with strong lift moving over the area, sometimes you can squeeze out showers even with a relatively dry atmosphere. We have dropped temperatures into the 50s Saturday with increasing clouds, and added a slight chance of showers Saturday evening. We will continue to watch this system closely.
Sunday looks drier as that heads east with highs around 60°. Another weak front may bring more upper 50s Monday.
First Alert 25 Chief Meteorologist