Weather evening Mid 90s overnight Low 80s morning Mid 70s daytime Upper 90s Your Forecast By Burton Fitzsimmons07/28/2014 10:29 AM Lots of Sweltering, Moments of Relief This WeekHotter-than-normal temperatures will prevail during these final days of July 2014 even as a couple of fronts drop into Texas. The first of the week can be seen stirring up showers near the Red River Valley today, and it'll get close enough to elevate our Tuesday rain chance even if only slightly. In the meantime, look for most temps to peak in the upper 90s with a few grazing 100 by 3-4pm.At this hour:Click for map of yesterday's highs.You can count on bright skies and rapidly warming temps. Futurecast shows a few hit-or-miss showers moving into the Hill Country by late afternoon but I am doubtful we'll encounter much rain as the front stays too far to the north. It'll be slightly closer by tomorrow, possibly stalling near Waco, with a 20% rain chance locally. Thanks to extra clouds in the sky, tomorrow's highs might be a few degrees lower.As high pressure aloft backs off slightly later in the week, a second front will try to drop into the state and it might get even closer to the I-10 corridor by Thursday to Friday. We've got a slightly better 30% chance for showers and storms in the forecast for the end of the week. If it all works out, temps might only be in the low to mid 90s for the first weekend of August. See the 7 Day Forecast for full details.Meteor Shower Builds... Stargazers noted at least five fireballs in the skies over New Mexico this past weekend, a sign that the annual Perseid Meteor Shower is already starting to show up. Experts at NASA say the peak will occur August 11th-13th with anywhere between 30-120 meteors per hour. Why such a range? A very bright full moon will likely make viewing tougher than in some years.Keep cool and enjoy your Monday.