Deepening low pressure in the Rockies will cause more wind for the Coastal bend and that means a little less fog but still damp and unseasonably mild with lots of clouds ahead of a strong cold front arriving Thursday evening. There will be a little rain with the front but nothing severe. Much colder air will follow for Friday and Saturday.
Tonight cloudy damp and very mild with patchy dense fog (especially near the coast) and a low of 67.
Wednesday expect more wind with lots of clouds and only a little late day sun, very humid and warm with a high of 81.
Wednesday night will be breezy very mild and muggy with patchy dense fog again and a low of 68.
Thursday expect scattered mainly afternoon showers less wind still mostly cloudy and muggy with a high of 76.
Much cooler by daybreak on Friday.