From Rusty Garrett:
Gusty winds and low humidity values in the wake of Friday's line of storms may cause any fires that start to spread quickly. Please use caution through Saturday with any outdoor source of ignition!
The line of showers and thunderstorms quickly moved east with rainfall totals between a trace...to 1/4" and a 1/2" inch.
Expect cooler and drier air Saturday behind this system. Overnight lows will reach the upper 40s and lower 50s under clear skies. Highs Saturday will be back into the 70s with plenty of sunshine. Dewpoints will remain noticeably lower so it should be a very comfortable day! Winds will be out of the west northwest at 10 to 20 mph.
After a brief break for the first part of the weekend, low-level moisture is expected to return by Sunday afternoon with dewpoints into the 60s again. A second disturbance will push out of the Rockies and into the Plains, allowing another chance for scattered showers and storms to develop over Central Texas Sunday evening. Coverage at this time should be relatively low at 20% to 30%, with higher chances north of I-20. If any storms do develop they will have the potential to become severe. Afternoon highs Sunday will rebound well into the 80s. Winds will also become breezy out of the south at 15 to 25 mph with some higher gusts.
A stronger disturbance will potentially move into the Plains Wednesday of next week, bringing another round of showers and thunderstorms into Central Texas. The timing and strength of this system remains in question, but we may see more widespread rainfall for the middle of the week. The severe potential seems low at this time, however we'll continue to monitor any threat over the coming days.