Return flow from the Gulf will chase the Canadian air away from south Texas resulting in a warming trend. A pacific cold front will cause a few showers Thursday afternoon into Friday.
Tonight expect another cold night with drizzle and clouds and breezy with a low of 47 and wind chills in the low 40s.
Tuesday will be a slightly better day with mainly cloudy skies but drizzle ending with less wind and a little milder with a high of 57.
Tuesday night is still cloudy and chilly with light winds and a low of 52.
Wednesday will be mostly cloudy with some afternoon sunshine light winds and warmer and a high near 70.
Thanksgiving will be seasonally warm with a high of 76 and scattered showers developing during the afternoon hours.