Surface high pressure has moved east of the area resulting in a return flow off the Gulf of Mexico. This will result in higher humidity and much warmer temperatures until our next cold front arrives on Sunday afternoon. We will also end up with late night fog but spring-like temperatures during the day.
Tonight will be mainly clear but not near as cold (last night was 36) with a milder low of 54.
Thursday-Valentines’ Day expect more clouds but still considerable sunshine more wind and warmer with a high of 78.
Thursday night will be muggy and very mild with areas of dense fog and a low near 60.
Friday we will have less wind more sunshine humid and noticeably warmer with a high of 84.