Chilly out there again this morning, dropping at or below the freezing mark at most locations.
After the cold front pushed through Thursday and cleared us out, the Gulf has returned fire and brought in some gusty south-easterly winds this afternoon. This will charge the Central Texas atmosphere with more moisture...but slowly...and not before Fire Weather Watches/Warnings have been issued in West Texas for very dry & breezy conditions. Nonetheless, temperatures tomorrow morning will be slightly warmer than this morning through Central Texas...and there is even a [slight] chance to see some patchy mist around sunrise in some places...simply because the temperature has dropped to meet the dew point, causing 100% relative humidity. If it does occur, it won't last too long. Partly cloudy in most places tomorrow as an upper-level trough approaches. The San Antonio area looks like it could have a few low clouds, just because of it's somewhat close proximity to the Gulf compared to the rest of the region. Monday morning looks like it could bring a little more widespread low clouds, fog/mist...but no rain in the foreseeable future.
Dan Schreiber is an operational meteorologist, with experience