A stationary front has been meandering back and forth just north of our viewing area. North of the boundary, temperatures are cooler while south of it, the air is humid and warm.The front will lift back to the north Saturday as a warm front and the Coastal Bend will stay in the warm, humid air this weekend.
The sea fog will be persistent due to warmer air moving over the cool ocean water. We'll see low clouds and fog each night this weekend with only partial sunshine each day.
A cold front moves through Monday with scattered showers and isolated t-storms possible but rain amounts look low with most areas under a quarter inch of rain. Cooler air moves in early next week before we slowly warm again late in the week ahead of the next cold front for next weekend.
Tonight, the sea fog will be near coastal areas and it'll be muggy and mild again with a low of 66.
Saturday will be warm, mainly cloudy and windy with sustained winds around 15-25 from the southeast. High temperatures will reach the lower 70s to low 80s.
More clouds and warm temperatures are in store for Sunday ahead of a cold front that will arrive Monday afternoon. As that occurs, scattered showers will move into South Texas. Some locations could pick up around a quarter inch of rainfall before coming to an end Monday night.
Lows will drop back into the low to mid 50s Monday and Tuesday nights with highs in the 60s Tuesday and less humidity.