Warm humid air lies over our area. Low cloud and patchy fog are likely late tonight and early Tuesday. Some breaks in the clouds during the afternoon will allow us to warm into the 70's. A cooler airmass, originating over the Pacific, is crossing the Rockies, and will move south through the Great Plains, reaching south Texas by Wednesday. This is not an arctic airmass, and temperatures will still reach the 60's. Warmer winds from the south will return Friday. Another airmass from the Rockies may be accompanied by a shower Friday night. Clearing skies with slightly cooler temperatures will follow.
I'm expecting skies to become cloudy with patchy fog possible late, low around 60. Becoming partly to mostly cloudy Tuesday, high in the mid 70's. Mainly cloudy Wednesday and Thursday, a slight chance of a shower Wednesday, high in the 60's. Partly to mostly cloudy Friday, high in the 70's, a chance of a shower Friday night. Clearing Saturday, high around 70. Partly cloudy Monday and Tuesday, high in the 60's.