Weather morning Upper 40s daytime Mid 60s evening Low 50s overnight Mid 40s Your Forecast By Mary Wasson03/12/2014 03:49 AM Strong Front with Strong Winds... A Wind Advisory is in effect for all of Central Texas from midnight until 5 pm on Wednesday. Sustained winds will top 20-30 mph and gusts up to 35-40 mph. Driving will be difficult for high profile vehicles and any lightweight outdoor objects will likely get blown around by these strong winds. Also, keep in mind if it's trash pickup day, wait until the morning to place trash cans curbside as winds overnight will likely turn them over and blow trash and paper around the neighborhood. Tuesday dawned under an overcast sky with some light fog and mild temperatures. By mid-morning, the cloud broke and fog disappeared leaving a sunny sky and southwest winds helping temperatures rise to 80 degrees in many locations. Click here for Tuesday morning lows and current temperatures. A Pacific cold front is forecast to arrive overnight with no rain and no cloud cover, but it will produce gusty north -northwest winds. Expect speeds as high as 20 to 30 mph along with 35-40 mph wind gusts. A WIND ADVISORY will be in effect for all of the area from midnight through 5 p.m. Wednesday. The front will also usher in cooler weather for the next several days. Morning temperatures on Wednesday will be in the 40s with highs in the afternoon warming to the lower to middle 60s. High pressure will build in behind the front on Wednesday and Thursday. This will keep the cloudless skies going with a steady warm up in temperatures through the weekend. Another disturbance will get close to the region on Friday with a slim chance of isolated showers on Friday and Saturday. Then the cold front makes it's way across the Lone Star State on Sunday with a 20% rain chance in the afternoon and evening. Temperatures will be pretty warm with highs near 70 on Friday, mid to upper 70s on Saturday and then low to mid 70s on Sunday under mostly cloudy skies. Check out all the details on your extended forecast. Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful night.