We start slightly saturated on Wednesday with patchy fog and isolated drizzle. The fog is dense and widespread in our western counties; a dense fog advisory is in effect until 10 am EST. This afternoon a ridge of high pressure nudges its nose in, that’ll make us partly sunny, 73° and mostly rain free. I say mostly because a weak boundary will lay over the southeastern big bend; that’s close enough to spark one or two showers south of I-10. Tomorrow, our next rain maker sprints into the northeast Gulf of Mexico. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be with us most of the day with a few storms packing an extra punch of wind and rain. We’ll be in the warm part of the system; highs will be well into the 70s. Rain will linger into the first half of Friday with gradual clearing by Friday afternoon. The clearing trend will allow us to salvage a nice looking weekend; we’re looking at more sun and highs in the heart of the 70s Saturday and Sunday. Lows will be cool, but not overly cold in the 40s and 50s. Enjoy!
Be safe and have a great Wednesday!
-Meteorologist Sean Parker