The warm, humid weather pattern continues with an onshore flow which will continue into early next week. This means nights will stay mild with areas of fog inland and days will be fairly warm for this time of year.
The weekend looks good to get outdoors as the dry weather continues. There is a stray coastal shower chance Saturday night into early Sunday morning but days look dry and mostly sunny with a northeast to east wind up to 13 mph Saturday and an easterly breeze Sunday.
Beach weather looks good with afternoon temperatures reaching the mid 70s and a northeast breeze near 10 mph Saturday and waves at 3-4 feet. There is a moderate risk of rip currents so swimmers should exercise caution. The water temperature is at 73 at Port Aransas.
A weak cold front moving through Sunday night will only bring humidity down slightly for Monday but a stronger cold front moving through early Wednesday will drop temperatures a few more degrees by mid-week and for Thanksgiving. There is still no meaningful rain in the forecast through Thanksgiving.
Looking ahead to the weekend of Thanksgiving, forecast models are showing a stronger cold front moving through early Saturday which will cool temperatures and possibly produce some showers. We'll continue to have updates as we get closer.