A shallow layer of gulf moisture may be sufficient for patchy fog or low clouds toward dawn. Dry warm air just above will stir any low cloud or fog away with sunny very warm afternoon temperatures. Cool airmasses from the Great Plains will be guided by the upper level wind flow eastward far to our north instead of southward toward us through the weekend. Cooler air from the Great Plains has a better chance of moving south toward us mid next week.
I'm expecting clear with patchy fog or low cloud toward dawn, low in the mid 60's. Mostly sunny afternoons and very warm Thursday through Tuesday, highs each day around 90. Mostly sunny and not as warm Wednesday, highs in the high 70's.