Weather daytime Upper 90s evening Mid 90s overnight Low 80s morning Mid 70s Your Forecast By Rich Segal07/23/2014 10:16 AM It Is Just HotOur normal high temperatures are middle to upper 90s. That's your forecast temperature range for the heat of the afternoon.This day dawned with increasing clouds and some light fog. Lowest visibility report was 5 miles at the airport. The warm and muggy lows this morning:Temperatures at this time:Some fog and low clouds this morning will give way to a partly cloudy to mostly sunny sky with afternoon highs in a range of middle to upper 90s. The wind will come from the northeast 5 to 10 mph. Look for a mostly clear sky tonight with some clouds returning in the morning. Lows will drop to the lower to middle 70s.The upper-level weather pattern shows low pressure moving off the central Gulf coast. It is forecast to travel southwestward through the western Gulf to the lower coast of Texas. It may help generate a few isolated areas of rain both Thursday and Friday with a 10% chance or less forecast both days. Temperatures won't be affected by this as most highs will still be in the middle to upper 90s outside of the Hill Country where highs will peak in the low to middle 90s. I would expect a few 100-degree highs both tomorrow and Friday.The weekend mornings will start out with scattered to thick clouds that will slowly burn off to a partly cloudy to mostly sunny sky each afternoon. The next chance of rain would be the middle of next week. A few more specifics are found on your 7 Day Forecast. In the Atlantic:TROPICAL DEPRESSION 2 was 550 miles east of the Lesser Antilles at 4 a.m. It is moving to the west-northwest at 20 mph with maximum sustained winds still at 35 mph. The depression is not going to get much stronger based on this forecast from the National Hurricane Center. The next named storm in the Atlantic/Caribbean/Gulf will be Bertha.Have a good day.