By Gene Norman
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We're enjoying some really nice weather as we observance Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's birthday. The picture above from Katy shows sunshine mixed in among several cloud layers. Even though a cool front is poised to slip in overnight, it may not bring much of a change. At best, we can expect a brief wind shift to the northeast, but by tomorrow through Thursday, southerly winds return. That will mean mild to warm afternoons and cool mornings and episodes of morning fog will likely develop as well.
The next big change will be a cool-down Friday after a stronger cold front arrives late Thursday, so enjoy this weather while it lasts.
NORMAN NUMBER FOR TUESDAY: 8
TUESDAY: Early patchy fog lifts and skies remain partly cloudy. Highs climb to the low 70s with east to southeast winds 5-10 mph.
NORMAN NUMBER FOR WEDNESDAY: 8
WEDNESDAY: Areas of patchy morning fog and low clouds, becoming partly cloudy by afternoon. Morning lows in the low 50s followed by highs in the low 70s. Southeast winds 5-10 mph.
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