The warm, humid weather continues as we head toward the weekend with little sunshine. The sea fog will be persistent due to warmer air moving over the cool ocean water. So ,we'll see low clouds and fog at night with only partial sunshine each day.
Tonight will stay cloudy with a stray shower possible with the best chance north of Corpus Christi. Sea fog will be thick along and over the water. There is a Marine Dense Fog Advisory until 2 PM Friday for visibility less than 1 nautical mile.
We'll have a mix of clouds and sunshine Friday afternoon with high temperatures near 80 in Corpus Christi and lower 80s inland and near 70 at the beaches with a southeast wind up to 18 mph.
Heading into the weekend, temperatures will warm slightly with a lot of low clouds around and windy afternoons. Temperatures will reach the upper 70s to low 80s through Monday.
Showers are possible late Monday as a cold front moves in and shifts our winds to the north. At this time, less than a quarter inch of rain looks possible before we dry out, dropping into the lower 50s Monday night and staying in the 60s next Tuesday.
Temperatures will slowly warm again late next week but medium range forecast models are showing a cold front cooling us down by the first weekend of March.