Weather morning Low 50s daytime Mid 60s evening Upper 50s overnight Mid 50s Your Forecast By Mary Wasson03/07/2014 08:36 PM Cold Front Approaching... Friday started with some sunshine and a chill in the air, most lows were in the 30s across the region which are 10-15 degrees below normal. Afternoon highs warmed into the mid to upper 60s under a mix of sun and clouds. (Click for map of Friday's low & current temperatures.)Gulf moisture will also surge back into the area overnight with an increase in cloud cover and moisture. Expect overcast skies with some fog and drizzle around dawn on Saturday. Futurecast shows a few isolated showers developing in the morning but the chance will be low until later in the afternoon. A cold front is forecast to move into Central Texas on Saturday afternoon with a 40%-50% rain and thunderstorm chance. As it looks now, the front will likely arrive in the afternoon hours. Lingering showers and thunderstorms may continue into overnight on Saturday. Temperatures will warm into the upper 50s to low/mid 60s. Winds will be breezy once the front arrives with gusts up to 20-25 mph. With any thunderstorm that develops, we could see a good healthy dose of rain with totals ranging between 0.50" - 1.25". If we do get that much rain, it will help out with our 3.5" deficit. Sunday will be a little wet thanks to a disturbance moving out of Mexico. Rain won't be as widespread but we still have a 30% chance out through Sunday afternoon. Temperatures will be a little cooler thanks to the north breezes. Morning lows will be in the upper 30s and low 40s with afternoon highs near 60 degrees. Another disturbance will move through South Texas early next week yet, for now, it appears too close to the coast to do us much good. We think it'll be a fairly mild Spring Break week with a dry cold front early Wednesday. Check out all the details on your extended forecast.Fun Event... WeatherFest 2014 is Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Bullock State History Museum. We've got a lot of activities planned for you, including a chance to meet the Time Warner Cable News weather team. You can ask your burning weather questions to a special "Ask-a-Meteorologist" panel, or talk twisters with storm chasers. Take a close-up look at a mobile radar truck, a tornado simulator, a flash flood simulator, and enjoy free weather-related movies. This event is FREE and open to all ages! Hope to see you there.Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful night.