Sunny days and chilly nights can be expected through Saturday. Temperatures tonight will again fall into the 30s. Highs on Friday will reach the upper 50s. A cold front will swing through during the day, increasing winds out of the north by afternoon. By Friday night temperatures will fall into the mid 20s near Hwy 84 to the 30s as far south as the beaches. A freeze will be likely along and north of I-10.
Another cold front will swing through on Saturday keeping the cooler and drier air around for the entire weekend. Temperatures on Saturday and Sunday will be in the 60s under sunny skies. A few clouds will be possible with the second cold front late Saturday and Saturday night. Dry weather continues into next week with sunshine through Tuesday. Clouds and humidity will increase by Tuesday night through Thursday. Areas of fog will become an issue with a returned onshore flow. Highs will creep back toward 70 by Wednesday and Thursday. No significant chances for rain are expected for the near future.
Chief Meteorologist Derek Beasley