Rain chances will be at its highest when you wake up Sunday morning.
A strong cold front will then approach Saturday. But as that mass of cold air that might affect holiday travelers pushes across the country, Central Texas could see winds shift from the south to the northeast in the afternoon.
Saturday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 22.
You'll notice the wind today will be the main weather feature behind a cold front that passed offshore during the night. The cold air will be north from Minnesota toward the Great Lakes to ME where highs will be stuck in the 30s.
The upcoming week, including Thanksgiving, looks uneventful, weather-wise. Mother Nature appears willing to cooperate with dry weather for those leaving early in their travels Monday and Tuesday.
Tomorrow could see more flurries or showers in the morning and temperatures reaching highs around 2 C. The coverage will be at 20-40% through early Sunday morning.
Sunday - Mostly sunny, with a high near 50.
Wednesday - Cloudy. High 6 C. Night: Cloudy. Tuesday will also be mostly sunny and breezy, but the direction that those brisk breezes originate from will change and winds will blow from the southwest.
Monday: Sunny, with a high near 55. Showers stick around for much of the afternoon.
Weather on Thanksgiving Day will probably consist of crisp air, sunny skies and a high near 70. Even warmer temperatures are forecast for Friday. There's a very low chance for an isolated shower Wednesday, otherwise we remain dry. The stratus deck will more than likely remain through noon and should thin from the west to east by afternoon allowing temps to surge into the upper 70s and lower 80s.