From Rusty Garrett:
FLASH FLOOD WATCH THROUGH LATE WEDNESDAY!
An approaching, and slow to move cool front will spark widely scattered rain and storms off to our northwest this Tuesday evening. A few overnight showers and storms may move through, but the overall severe weather risk is low and mainly well west of Central Texas.
Scattered showers should form, or already be in place before sunrise Wednesday, becoming more numerous throughout the late morning. In addition to more widespread and locally heavy rain, which will likely lead to some flooding, we may also witness a stronger afternoon storm with high wind gusts. The severe weather potential is low, but not zero. With the widespread rain, highs Wednesday should only reach the low 70s.
We'll continue to see rain move out during the overnight hours Wednesday into Thursday. We're in for a stretch of beautiful weather for the upcoming weekend. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday will feature mostly sunny skies. Highs near 80° Friday reach the mid 80s both on Saturday and Sunday!