Warm, moist air will continue to move over the cooler coastal waters, and sea fog will be persistent through Wednesday -- with areas of dense fog early, and lows only dropping into the upper 60s to 70 degrees.
The warm, humid weather continues Wednesday with highs reaching into the mid 70s at the coast, to the mid 80s inland, as southeast winds increase to 15-20 mph in the afternoon with partial sunshine.
A cold front will move into south-central Texas on Thursday, but will stall to our north, keeping us in the warm, humid air through the end of the week.
Isolated showers are possible Thursday ahead of this front.
A stronger cold front will move through Saturday afternoon, giving us chance of a few showers or t-storms, shift our winds to the north and cool us down for Sunday and early next week.
It will be windy from Saturday afternoon through Monday as cooler air continues to move in with northerly winds.