Much of the day was spent under a mostly cloudy sky with a few areas of light rain. Late in the afternoon a few thunderstorms moved out of Comal Co. affecting much of eastern and central Hays County before weakening crossing into southern Travis County.
Central Texas has a wet forecast between now and Friday. A southwest wind aloft is bringing in moisture from the Pacific. Much of it is coming from what is now a remnant now in northwest Mexico that was Tropical Storm Pilar. Surface winds are still bringing in moisture from the Gulf so there is sufficient moisture in place to set off some rain for this area.
The in-house rain model is under performing the amount of rain that is forecast during the next couple of days. It is anticipated that this will change in time.
A cold front will enter the region overnight Wednesday to Thursday to enhance the rain and thunderstorm potential. A somewhat dry flow behind the front will lead to a dry forecast for the weekend with fewer clouds Sunday.
Your 7 Day Forecast has more detail.
The high at both Austin-Mabry and Austin-Bergstrom was 91 degrees.
Have a good Tuesday.