Weather overnight Low 80s morning Upper 70s daytime Upper 90s evening Low 90s Your Forecast By Mary Wasson08/20/2014 07:07 PM Dry and Hot for the Rest of the Week... The upper system that provided some rain for the much of the Hill Country Monday and Tuesday has moved out of the area. We will be rain-free for several days to come as an area of High pressure nudges into the area from the east. Wednesday started with warm and humid conditions. Mostly lows were in the mid to upper 70s. The afternoon was hot with highs around 100 degrees but thankfully the winds picked up and the breeze made the heat manageable.Winds Gusts:29 mph Temple28 mph Georgetown26 mph Lago Vista26 mph Killeen25 mph Austin-Airport25 mph BurnetWednesday Lows:Wednesday Highs:Click here for current temperatures. There will be very little change in our overall weather pattern through the weekend. Look for morning clouds to gradually clear each day with sunshine and breezy conditions by the afternoon. Most highs will be in the middle 90s to around 100 to 102. Overnight lows will be in the middle to upper 70s, except in the Hill Country where low to middle 70s are forecast. Check out all the details on your 7 Day Forecast.TROPICS:Atlantic Activity... There is a disorganized area of showers and thunderstorms in the open Atlantic several hundred miles east of the Windward Islands. (It is designated by the orange X on this map.) The National Hurricane Center looks for slow development over the next 48 to 120 hours. Chances of this developing into a tropical depression are 50% through Friday and 70% through Monday. Several computer model projections are taking whatever develops into the Gulf. This is a long-range prediction with more reliable information by the weekend.Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful night.