Tonight: Warm, muggy, and mostly cloudy. Dense fog expected overnight through the mid morning hours. Temperatures only in the mid 60s.

Saturday: A cold front will move in and increase our rain chances Saturday, but more so during the afternoon and evening hours. Highs will be in the upper 70s to around 80°F before the front moves through. A couple of storms may briefly turn strong to severe during the afternoon and evening. Main concern will be damaging wind gusts, but a brief tornado and hail cannot be ruled out. Once the front passes, light to moderate rain will continue off and on through the night. The front will push offshore and stall out in the Gulf of Mexico. Passing showers overnight with temperatures in the upper 40s. 

Sunday: Rain will end by sunrise. Gradual clearing into the afternoon. High temperatures will only be in the upper 50s to around 60°F. Overnight temperatures will dip down into the lower 40s.  

Monday: Due to the stalled front as well as a passing upper-level disturbance, rain chances will increase once again on Monday, but the best chance for rain will be south of I-10, down to the coast and offshore. Highs in the mid and upper 50s. Overnight temperatures will drop down into the upper 30s to lower 40s. 

Tuesday: Very early rain, but skies will clear and we are dry by the afternoon with highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s. Overnight temperatures will drop down into the upper 30s. 

Wednesday & Thursday: Sun and clouds with highs in the 60s and then around 70 on Thursday. 

Christmas Outlook: As of now, temperatures look to be above normal in low and mid 70s. Model guidance keeps us dry through Christmas weekend.