A much warmer airmass is expanding northeastward from west Mexico into Texas and into the central Great Plains. Cold airmasses from the north will track eastward through the northern tier of states, and will not play a role in our weather until Sunday or Monday. A shallow layer of returning gulf humidity may allow for brief low clouds or patches of fog early Tuesday and Wednesday Morning clouds will become more common beginning Thursday as the gulf humidity occupies a deeper layer of the atmosphere.
I'm expecting mostly clear and not as cold tonight, low in the low 50's. Patches of fog or low cloud is possible toward dawn Tuesday and Wednesday, otherwise mostly sunny, highs around or above 80. Partly cloudy after morning clouds and humid Thursday through Saturday, highs around or above 80. Mostly cloudy with a chance of some showers Sunday and Monday, high in the 70's Sunday, the 60's Monday.