The area of low pressure responsible for the wet showers Saturday is over the Big Bend area this morning. A broken band of showers south of our area continues to feed into this system from the Gulf of Mexico. We can't rule out a stray shower this afternoon, but it appears most of this will stay south of the Austin area.
Some sunshine will peak through today, so expect a hotter day with highs hitting the low 90s.
As the area of low pressure to our west continues to move west, expect a drying trend much of next week. With sunshine returning, highs will warm into the low 90s.
A cold front will sink across the middle of the country into the Southern Plains later this week. With a weak trough in the upper levels of the atmosphere moving into the state, we'll have a chance for showers and thunderstorms Friday going into next weekend.
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