Weather daytime Mid 70s evening Upper 60s overnight Mid 60s morning Low 60s Your Forecast By Rich Segal04/20/2014 10:40 AM Some Easter Eggs Might Get WetEaster Sunday is starting out cloudy with areas of fog. Doppler radar was not showing any rain but I cannot completely rule out there being a drizzle or mist in some of our area. Here is the current visibility report:>Current temperatures:Today's forecast will include a low chance of rain with isolated thunderstorms. Most highs will be in the upper 70s. Hill Country highs will peak in the middle 80s. The wind will come from the southeast 5 to 15 mph. Isolated rain this evening will be followed by a cloudy sky in the morning. Overnight lows will drop to mostly the upper 50s to low 60s.Futurecast is still showing a chance of rain/storms Monday afternoon and evening. One disturbance from an upper low will move across Texas leading to a chance of strong to possibly severe thunderstorms. Large hail greater than one inch in diameter and damaging winds in excess of 58 mph along with minor flash flooding are possible tomorrow generally between 2 and 10 p.m. The Storm Prediction Center indicates a SLIGHT RISK zone for severe weather Monday.Now, our Future Rain computer model is showing some healthy rain totals between now and Monday night. This, of course, will change a few times:Afternoon highs Monday will warm to the low 80s with a sough wind 5 to 10+ mph.A cold front settles in the area by sunrise Tuesday, then passes out of the area during the morning. Clouds will clear. There is no cooling behind the front. In fact, temperatures Tuesday afternoon will be in the low to middle 80s because of the sunshine and dry air.A weak upper-air disturbance crosses the Red River Wednesday night for a low rain chance then through Thursday morning. Highs Wednesday and Thursday will be in the lower to middle 80s.Your extended forecast is showing dry weather, for now, next weekend. Highs Friday will, in some areas, be in the upper 80s to around 90. Next weekend's highs will average the lower to middle 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 firstname.lastname@example.org, 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.Have a good Easter.