Tonight: Another round of dense fog is expected overnight. A dense fog advisory is in place due to visibilities possibly falling to or below 1/4 mile in some areas. Low temperatures will be mild in the low 60s.  

Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy skies clearing during the day after morning fog to partly sunny skies. Afternoon highs will be in the upper 70s.  

Tomorrow Night: Fog could develop again, but a few showers and storms are possible into the overnight hours ahead of a weak cold front. 

Sunday: Surface high pressure over the Northeast Gulf will keep winds from the south allowing for moisture to stay in place. Humid conditions with dewpoints in the 60s are expected. Ahead of the weak cold front, scattered showers and some thunderstorms embedded will move through during the morning. The front looks to pass by during the late afternoon. Temperatures behind will only slightly cool with a touch drier air. 

Baron 3k model showing scattered showers with some thunderstorms moving through Sunday morning

Beyond: The next weather system will be a strong cold front with showers and storms that will form early in the week and move through our area beginning Tuesday into Wednesday. There is a possibility of strong to severe storms with this system that we will be watching closely. The forecast for the exact timing and details will be fine-tuned as we get closer.