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Foggy Mornings With Unseasonably Warm Temperatures This Week

Our quiet weather pattern continues today as an area of high pressure stays over the Northern Gulf of Mexico.  Once the fog dissipates, we will be partly cloudy and warm with highs in the lower 80s.  More dense fog is likely tonight with mostly clear skies.  Lows will be in the 60s.  

Wednesday and Thursday will also be unseasonably warm and humid with more dense fog each morning.  Highs will be in the lower 80s and lows will be in the 60s.  

Our weather pattern will start to break down on Friday ahead of a cold front.  We will have more clouds and isolated showers over the region.  It does stay warm with highs around 80.  Some rain and storms will return on Friday Night with lows in the 60s. 

Saturday will be mostly cloudy with scattered showers and storms.  Some of the storms could be strong ahead and along the cold front.  It is possible that a squall line will form west of us and move through during the evening hours.  Right now, the main threat would be strong winds.  I will have to see how this system evolves throughout the week.  By Friday, I will have a better idea on the timing and strength of the storms.  Highs will be in the upper 70s.  The rain and storms will continue into Saturday Night with lows in the 60s.  

As of right now, the rain looks to come to an end on Sunday Morning.  We will then be partly cloudy, but we will not cool down behind the front.  Highs will be around 80.  

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