Get ready for some big changes to our unusually warm, dry weather; our next cold front arrives Thursday evening.
Skies will be slow to clear behind the front, but the heart of the cold air will remain northeast of South Texas.
Tonight will be warm, quiet and muggy, with patchy fog and a low near 70.
Thursday will be unsettled, with some sunshine mixed with considerable cloudiness, light winds and warm with a mid afternoon high of 85.
Scattered showers will develop later that after noon and become more likely near the cold front during the evening.
The showers will bring some thunder and areas of locally heavy rain.
Thursday night will be windy, wet and much cooler, with light rain likely and a low of 52.
Friday, light rain gradually will end, but stay mostly-cloudy to cloudy, and much cooler with a high of only 58.
Note: An arctic cold front arrives on Monday which will lead to temperatures in the 30's by the middle of next week.