Weather evening Upper 40s overnight Mid 40s morning Mid 40s daytime Upper 60s Your Forecast By Mary Wasson03/09/2014 10:31 AM Cloudy, Cool and a bit Rainy... Due to the rain, the Zilker Kite Festival has been canceled.@zilkerkitefest: Due to inclement weather we will not be holding the Zilker Kite Festival. There is no other rain date. We risk damage to Zilker Park in these conditions. We're disappointed, but we promise an even better festival next year!Much needed rain, with a few thunderstorms, moved across Central Texas on Saturday as a cold front moved through the region. Before this round of rain, some parts of our region were yet to reach the 1" rain mark this year. Some of the highest rain totals are over an inch! Check out an updating list of rain totals here.Highest totals:1.25 Cedar Park1.08 Big Sandy Creek near Elgin1.06 Onion Creek at Buda1.01 Bull Creek at Loop 3601.00 Round Rock & San Marcos (viewer reports)0.99 LCRA Red Bud Center0.98 Lake Austin at Cortana Shores0.91 Cedar Creek0.90 Lake Austin at Bunny Run Farm0.80 Lakeway0.77 Jollyville0.75 Manchaca0.71 Mansfield Dam0.71 PflugervilleThis morning started dry and chilly with overnight lows in the 30s and 40s along with breezy north winds. This afternoon we are expected a slim 20% - 30% rain chance with temperatures climbing into the 50s. Click here for a map of this mornings lows. Another piece of energy will get caught up in the southern jet stream and throw some more moisture our way on Monday (check it out on our Futurecast ). We have a mix of sun and clouds with a chance of showers in the Hill Country in the morning and then shifting toward the i-35 corridor by the afternoon. Temperatures on Monday will be a little warmer with highs nearing the 70 degree mark. Tuesday will be sunny and warm with highs in the 70s and 80s and then another cold front swings across the Lone Star State bring in cooler weather for mid to late week. Check out all the details on your extended forecast.Thanks for stopping by and enjoy your Sunday. Also, a big thanks to the thousands that attended our annual WeatherFest on Saturday. We love getting to meet the people we're talking to through the TV.JOIN COoCoRaHS --- Community Collaborative Rain Hail and Snow Network (CoCoRaHS) is a unique, non-profit, community based network of volunteer who work together to measure and map precipitation. Join today and help us accurately map rain totals and drought status.