We have a few cold fronts which will move through south Texas in the next week that will give us changeable temperatures. There is still not enough moisture to produce any meaningful rainfall with any of the fronts except possibly a stray shower or two. The warmest day looks to be Thursday before we cool down with the first front which arrives Thursday night. Another cold front moves through late Saturday night and yet another late next Tuesday.
Tonight will be more humid with light southeasterly winds and it won't be as cold with lows in the lower 50s at the coast to the upper 40s inland. Patchy fog is possible by morning.
Wednesday looks windy with southeasterly winds at 15-25 mph which will boost temperatures into the upper 70s under mostly sunny skies.
Thursday it warms up even more as a cold front enters north Texas early in the day. We'll reach the lower 80s with lots of wind around 15-25 mph out of the south-southeast.
Thursday night the cold front will move through the area and bring some cooler and drier air back to the region. Unfortunately, the small opportunity for a brief shower looks to remain off to our north and east and we'll stay dry.
Friday afternoon we'll be back in the mid-60s for highs and into the lower 70s Saturday under mostly sunny skies. A reinforcing cold front will arrive Saturday night and keep some cool air in South Texas for Sunday with highs in the 60s. Overall, the weekend looks good with mainly sunny skies, though winds look on the breezy side on Super Bowl Sunday with the arrival of that early morning front.