The mild weather continues through Wednesday before our next cold front cools us down for late-week. Another cold front will bring another chance of rain late in the weekend and cool us down further.
For tonight, fog will develop with dense fog possible by morning with light east-northeast winds and lows in the upper 40s inland to upper 50s at the coast.
Once the morning fog and low clouds burn off, Tuesday looks mostly sunny and continued mild with highs in the upper 70s inland to low 70s coast and northeast winds shifting to the southeast up to 12 mph.
Southerly winds will warm temperatures into the upper 70s Wednesday with an increasing chance of isolated showers during the afternoon as a cold front moves in. This front will shift our winds to the northwest by evening and cool us into the 40s Wednesday night as drier air moves in.
For the end of the work week we'll have chilly nights with lows in the upper 30s to mid 40s and cool days in the low to mid 60s and mostly sunny skies.
The weekend will be changeable as low pressure and a trailing cold front move across south Texas Saturday night into early Sunday. This will increase our chance of showers for early Sunday then cool us down by Sunday night into next Monday.