With southerly winds now in place, expect overnight lows to not be quite as cold across the area. They'll be falling into the mid and upper 50s under fair to partly cloudy skies.
This will also help to lessen the dense fog potential by Friday morning, but some areas may still see some patchy fog first thing tomorrow morning.
Expect clouds to continue building throughout Friday as winds stay breezy out of the south ahead of our next low pressure system.
It will be another mild one with temperatures settling into the low and mid-70s by the afternoon.
A few isolated showers will be possible late tomorrow afternoon into tomorrow evening, but best rain chances will come late Friday night into very early Saturday morning in response to a cool front.
No severe weather is anticipated with this system.
Some of these light showers will linger into the dawn hours of Saturday morning, but the bulk of the activity will clear the area by the afternoon.
If we are lucky, we will see peaks of sunshine throughout Saturday afternoon!
The front will settle into the Gulf of Mexico and eventually another upper-level impulse will induce low pressure along that front on Sunday.
This will help to give us a pretty good chance to see scattered showers and perhaps some rumbles of thunder throughout Sunday afternoon and evening.
Rainfall total estimates remain unimpressive with most of us picking up a half an inch or less through the weekend.
Another cold front will finally push this activity out of here late Sunday night and help clear things out heading into Monday.
We will be turning much colder by Monday with high temperatures struggling to reach the lower 50s.
Another quick moving system will give us a chance to see rain late Tuesday into early Wednesday, but most of next week looks to remain relatively quiet across the area.
We will see temperatures mainly in the 50s and 60s for our afternoons with overnight lows mainly in the 30s and 40s.
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