A cool moist Great Plains airmass is still our main weather influence with cool temperatures and cloudy skies. Much warmer and drier air will move into south Texas tomorrow clearing our skies and raising our temperatures. The very warm dry weather will continue on Friday. A Great Plains airmass will move in from the north on Saturday and Sunday. This will bring sunny skies and seasonably warm temperatures on both days of the weekend.
I'm expecting cloudy tonight with temperatures remaining in the 60's. Some mist is possible. Clearing and much warmer after noontime tomorrow, high around 90. Mostly clear tomorrow night, some patches of fog are possible at the end of the night, low in the low 60's. Sunny and very warm on Friday, high in the low 90's. Sunny and warm on Saturday and Sunday, high in the mid 80's. Monday will be mostly sunny with highs in the high 80's.
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