It will feel more like early summer through Thursday as humidity remains high and temperatures stay above average.
There is a chance of a shower or t-storm in our inland areas Wednesday night into Thursday morning, but most will stay to our north.
A better chance of rain comes Thursday afternoon and evening ahead of a cold front which will move through and stall over South Texas by Friday morning.
Thunderstorms late Thursday could be strong-to-severe with large hail or damaging wind, mainly in our northwestern counties.
Showers and a few t-storms will still be possible Friday and Saturday but will be hit-and-miss.
After a cooler day in the 70s on Friday, we'll warm into the low- to- mid 80s on Saturday and Sunday.
A stronger cold front moving through early Monday will bring cooler and less humid air to the area early next week.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy with areas of fog, dense along the coast and lows in the lower 70s with light southeast winds.
Wednesday: Morning low clouds and fog lifting to partly sunny skies and continues very warm and humid with highs near 80 at the beaches to the lower 90s inland and southeast winds at 8-18 mph.
Wednesday Night: Slight shower and t-storm chance with lows in the lower 70s.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy with increasing showers and t-storms late in the day and afternoon highs near 80 at the beaches to the lower 90s inland.