From Rusty Garrett:
Unlike Monday afternoon, Central Texas remained rain free, and will for the next few days.
Overnight temperatures fall only into the middle and upper 70s with generally clear skies. Sunny skies remain in the forecast Wednesday and Thursday as highs return back to the triple digits. Heat index values may climb as high as 106°.
A frontal boundary will sink south through the central and eastern U.S. Friday through the upcoming weekend and the front may sneak close enough to Central Texas to provide not only milder weather but also a chance for showers and thunderstorms. Rain near the Red River during the overnight hours Friday into Saturday may approach our area, but coverage likely only near 20%. Rain odds Sunday and Monday hover near 30% as the front slowly works into our area.
The weekend doesn't appear a washout, but rain may be locally heavy at times. Highs Saturday remain in the upper 90s but drop into the middle 90s Sunday before potentially dropping into the lower and middle 90s Monday and Tuesday of next week.