TEXAS, USA — Monday night into Tuesday morning will feature very mild conditions as additional low level moisture streams northward. There's an outside shot at some sprinkles across Central Texas and the Brazos Valley.
Overnight lows will likely only fall into the 60s in the Temple/Killeen/Waco area. Daily thunderstorm chances will begin on Tuesday and continue into next weekend.
A few storms could produce hail and gusty winds along with heavy rainfall during this time period. There may be a break in the rain sometime late weekend or early next week. Unsettled weather will keep a chance of showers going near and beyond the end of the extended forecast period.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, low 70. Southeast wind 5 to 10 mph.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, 40% afternoon rain and showers, high 92. South 5-10, gusts to 20.
Tuesday Night: Cloudy, 40% showers, low 69. Southeast 10-15, gusts to 20.
Wednesday: Overcast, 60% afternoon showers, high 87. Southeast 10-15, gusts to 20.
Wednesday Night: Cloudy, 40% showers, low 68. Southeast 10-15, gusts to 20.
Thursday: Cloudy, 60% afternoon showers, high 85. Southeast 5-10.
Thursday Night: Cloudy, 60% showers, low 67. East 5-10.
Friday: Cloudy, 60% showers, high 79. Southeast 5-10. .
Friday Night: Cloudy, 30% late night showers, low 66.
Saturday: Cloudy, 50% showers, high 80.
Saturday Night: Mostly cloudy, 20% showers, low 64.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, 30% showers, high 80.