AUSTIN (KXAN) — A slim rain chance (10%) will continue for southern areas into the first couple hours of the evening, but mostly it’s a dry rest of your Saturday as we wrap up September at midnight.

Overnight will be partly cloudy and I anticipate more clouds for Sunday, but that won’t stop it being warm. Highs should reach the low to mid 90s. A very limited, less than 10%, rain chance is in place for the late afternoon and evening hours of Sunday, but generally it’s another dry day.

Sunday's forecast
Sunday’s forecast

Shower chances tick up slightly on Monday, but more sunshine should allow for slightly hotter temperatures and, potentially, our final mid-90s for a while.

Highs next few days
Highs next few days

Rain chances jump up to 30% on Tuesday as more clouds drop highs to the low 90s.

We’re on track for some of the wettest weather in months as a cold front brings scattered to widespread storms Wednesday and Thursday.

Read all about the expectations in a dedicated weather blog below.

After the front, highs should only be in the 80s with lows in the 60s as fall may finally make a late appearance into Central Texas.

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