Weather morning Near 60 daytime Upper 70s evening Mid 70s overnight Mid 60s Your Forecast By Adam Krueger04/19/2014 07:16 PM Warm & Mostly Dry For EasterWinds from the Gulf have us feeling very Spring-like with warm and humid air in place in Central Texas. After highs in the mid and upper 70s Saturday (click here for high temp map), it remains mild overnight as skies turn overcast. Sunday morning lows around sunrise (6:58 am in Austin) will be near 60. There will be a possibility for some patchy fog and drizzle early in the morning.Afternoon temperatures will climb to the upper 70s to near 80 with a SSE wind at 5-15 mph. The AM overcast turns to mostly cloudy in the afternoon.A storm system to our west will try to swing some isolated showers/storms our way Sunday. The odds are only 20%, and most should stay to our west. That same system heads NE, north of Texas on Monday, and may potentially send some isolated strong storms our way Monday afternoon and evening, as seen on Futurecast. The Storm Prediction Center indicates a SLIGHT RISK zone for severe weather Monday.Potential rain through the next few days according to our model:A weak cold front arrives Tuesday morning with nothing more than wind shift. In fact highs Tuesday under a partly cloudy to sunny sky will range from 79 to 83. After that, your extended forecast has a low chance of rain Thursday. At this time, next weekend's forecast is for morning clouds to an afternoon partly cloudy sky with warm 80s.Wildflower Photos... The pretty colors of this season's wildflowers are still seen across the landscape of Central Texas. You can still e-mail wildflower pictures to email@example.com, post on our facebook page, or tweet @twcnewsaustin. Please let us know where you took your picture(s) and identify anyone who in the photo(s), then watch to see if your picture makes it on Time Warner Cable News Weather.Thanks for stopping by.