The nice weather pattern will hold into the first half of the weekend. A weak Pacific cold front will dive into the region late Saturday and bring a breezy second half of the weekend. The weather pattern will quickly bounce back to Spring before the next cool air mass arrives about mid-week.
Saturday morning will likely start out with another round of dense fog and temperatures in the mid-50s. The fog will evaporate out before the lunch hour. Meanwhile a Pacific cold front will be crossing the state line at El Paso. Lunchtime temperatures will climb to near 70. Saturday afternoon will be pleasant with partly cloudy skies and a light southwest wind. Peak afternoon temperatures will be in the upper 70s to near 80. A Pacific front will pull into the Hill Country about 6pm and into Central Texas by 9pm. Winds will be gusting between 35 and 45 mph into Sunday morning. Hold on to your hats!
Long term - Sunday will be breezy with winds gusting to near 40mph during the first half of the day. Look for winds to being to decrease by Sunday evening. Temperatures will be slightly cooler for the second half of the weekend. The weather pattern will continue dry for the next seven days. Spring will make a quick comeback as temperatures climb into the upper 70s by Tuesday. Another weak push of cool air arrives Wednesday night. This will be just enough to send temperatures down to near normal (63) for the rest of the week. Another stronger push of cold air will arrive for the start of the new week. This will likely help bring a chilly start to February.
Today's Record Temperatures