Warm humid air will continue to flow from the Pacific and the Gulf into South Texas producing lots of clouds more sea fog and above normal temperatures until a strong cold front arrives late Thursday. Temperatures will once again retreat to below normal levels for the end of this week but stay well above freezing due to overrunning clouds and light rain.
Tonight expect more sea fog muggy and very mild with a low of 67.
Tuesday we will once again have lots of clouds with very little sunshine, more breezy humid and warmer with a high of 79.
Tuesday night will be breezy damp and unseasonably mild with a low of 69 and areas of fog.
Wednesday will be on the windy side very warm and humid with a high near 80 in spite of mostly cloudy to cloudy skies.