From Brian Germ:
As Saturday's storms dissipate during the overnight hours, a few isolated showers may form early Sunday morning. Overnight rain chances Saturday into Sunday remain low, near 30%, with overnight lows only dropping into the upper 50s and low 60s. Isolated to scattered showers and a few storms will be possible through the morning hours with rain chances around 30%.
Expect mostly cloudy to overcast skies through the early afternoon hours before skies begin clearing from west to east. Highs should be warm again reaching the lower and middle 80s. Most of Sunday's afternoon rain chances should remain east of I-35, with a low chance for stronger storms developing. Rain chances out east Sunday will come to an end by the evening hours as dry air moves into Central Texas behind a cold front.
Overnight lows Sunday night into Monday morning should drop into the lower and middle 50s with the arrival of colder and drier air into Central Texas, but the bulk of the cold air will actually move in Monday night. With a delayed arrival of cold air, high temperatures Monday should still remain in the middle and upper 70s with strong north winds gusting to near 30 MPH under mostly clear skies.
Overnight temperatures Monday into Tuesday drop into the middle and upper 40s as cooler air moves in and with colder air in place Tuesday. High temperatures will struggle to reach the middle and upper 60s for the first day of Spring! After a cold morning Wednesday with morning lows in the lower 40s, temperatures should continue to increase through the week. Highs Wednesday return to the middle 70s but with the return of south winds Thursday and Friday, highs should climb back into the upper 70s and lower 80s!