Weather overnight Near 70 morning Mid 60s daytime Upper 80s evening Near 80 Your Forecast By Mary Wasson04/23/2014 03:48 PM Slim Rain Chance... Lately, it has felt more and more like a typical Spring season across the Lone Star State, complete with warmth, humidity, and occasional showers and storms. Get ready, we'll expect even more over the next couple of days. Wednesday started with some low level clouds and fog east of I-35, along with morning lows in the upper 50s to near 60 degrees. The afternoon came with partly cloudy skies and heat, highs topping 90 degrees in a few locations with breezy south to southeast winds. Current Temps: Click here for Wednesday's lows and highs. Current Winds: Current Wind Gusts:A new storm system is overtaking the Western US, and it'll help send the West Texas dryline a little further east. Along that dry line, isolated storms could fire up but the latest forecast model has them dying out before moving into Central Texas. The strongest storms are expected to remain north and west of our area, as indicated by NOAA's SLIGHT RISK outlook. Futurecast shows very few rain showers tonight, so our rain chance will stay at 20%. Winds will lessen overnight and temperatures will only drop into the low to mid 60s. Winds will blow in from the south at 3-12 mph. Thursday, the tail end of a disturbance moving through the Great Plains will swing into our region, possibly kicking off some showers and storms during the afternoon and evening. Rain chances will remain low (20%) as the stronger dynamics will stay to the north, near Dallas and Fort Worth. Rain totals will remain light, 0.10 - 0.25", with isolated amounts up to 0.50". Get ready for a "HOT" weekend as temperatures climb to 90 degrees with breezy south winds and higher humidity. We may be dealing with heat index readings, for the first time this year, later this weekend. Another large Pacific disturbance will slowly make it into the middle of the country by early next week, pushing a cold front into our area Sunday night/Monday morning with another storm chance (20%). A secondary, slightly stronger cold front is forecast to swing in on Tuesday, with cooler temperatures diving south into Texas. Check out all the details on your extended forecast.Wildflower Photos... Pretty colors of the wildflower season can still be seen across the landscape of Central Texas. If you haven't already, take a moment to snap and send a wildflower picture of your own to email@example.com, post on our facebook page, or tweet @twcnewsaustin. Please identify the location and anyone who is in the photo(s), then watch to see if your picture makes it on Time Warner Cable News.Thanks for stopping by and enjoy your night.