Yesterday’s high was 84°  This morning’s low 72°                                                                         The 6am rainfall at the airport since midnight .1in.                                                                       The total at 6am including last Friday was 1.3 in.           

LCRA rainfall gauges:   Near Goldthwaite 2.18 in.                                                                                                              San Saba River at San Saba – 5.9 in.                                                                                              Lometa 3.07 in.                                                                                         Two gauges WNW of Lampasas 11-13 mi. averaged 2.55 in. but gauges WSW to Burnet and the lake less than 1 in.

Today:  A 50% chance of more rain before 1pm, clouds, a high of 89º this afternoon, and south wind that will be variable from 5 to 15 mph.

Tonight:  Still a 20% chance of rain, this after 10pm, otherwise cloudy and down to about 73º by morning. The S-SE wind will be about 10 mph.

Tuesday:  The sunshine comes back with an afternoon high of near 91º and the south wind will be brisk at 10-15 mph and gusting to 20 as the rain weather front passes on through.

Overnight Tuesday, mostly cloudy and down to 74° by morning with S-SE wind at 10 mph.

The rest of the week: The Wednesday forecast calls for more sunshine and back to more normal August weather with a high of about 94°, then Thursday up to 95° and you can guess the sunshine and clear skies is going to do the same thing again on Friday (96º) as we head into the weekend. A very long range discussion going on with meteorologists seems to suggest a possible cold front inching its way in about a week from now.