Weather morning Mid 60s daytime Mid 80s evening Low 80s overnight Low 70s Your Forecast By Mary Wasson04/22/2014 04:09 PM Temperatures Above Normal This WeekMonday night's cold front was strong enough to kick off a round of hailstorms and nearly two inch rain totals in the Hill Country, yet temperatures did not cool down. In fact, they warmed a little more on Tuesday with highs in the mid to upper 80s. To keep track of where we should be temperature-wise for this time of year, normal lows are around 60 degrees and normal highs are near 80 degrees. Right Now:Click here for a map of Tuesday's lows and highs. Surface high pressure has taken over Texas for the next 24 hours. Expect clouds to be few and far between during the evening but they will fill in a bit, along with some fog, around dawn on Wednesday morning. Lows will be mild and only fall into the mid 60s with light south to southeast winds up to 8 mph. Another Pacific disturbance is expected to travel towards Texas on Wednesday. Ahead of it, the Texas dry-line will get active sparking a 20% rain and thunderstorm chance in the Hill Country. In metro Austin, we are expecting plenty of sunshine and temperatures climbing into the mid to upper 80s. The disturbance gets a little closer on Thursday helping to deliver a 20% rain chance for all of Central Texas. Eventually the cold front will swing in late Thursday afternoon and evening but don't expect any cooler air behind it. High temperatures will stay above normal and range from 84 - 88 degrees through Friday. Rain totals will be minor with a few isolated locations picking up more than a .10". Plan on feeling some heat this weekend! We're talking about highs closing in on 90 degrees, then a stronger Pacific cold front arrives early next week. Again expect a slim chance of rain with next weeks cold front. Check out all the details on your extended forecast.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.Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful night.