Weather daytime Upper 90s evening Mid 90s overnight Low 80s morning Upper 70s Your Forecast By Dan Robertson08/20/2014 05:35 AM Summer Hangs OnWhile September isn't very far away, August shows no signs of letting go of Central Texas. Strong high pressure over the central plains states is building southward and will settle over the mid-Mississippi valley for the weekend.Temperatures right now:This means a very stable pattern for Central Texas with morning clouds and afternoon sunshine. Temperatures will continue slightly above normal, and that means lows in the upper 70s and highs near 100. Rain chances for Wednesday will be highest along the upper Texas coast as the sea breeze pushes moisture inland. A few of these showers might approach the eastern I-35 corridor during the afternoon. Folks in Bastrop or Lee counties might see a shower, but most of us will miss out on any precipitation.No significant changes are on the horizon - we'll look for something of a tropical nature for relief but currently nothing is coming our way.Atlantic Activity... It's been a slow start to the Atlantic hurricane season with only two named storms so far. Right now there is a disturbance in the Atlantic, north of South America and east of the Caribbean, that shows potential to strengthen and potentially head for the Gulf in a week, check out these computer model projections. It'll be something to watch, we'll keep you updated.Details can be found in your Time Warner Cable News 7-day forecast.