After a murky Easter, the week ahead looks warm. Above is the projection for temperatures indicating low 80s for the early part of this week.
Sunday's lingering clouds, fog and occasional drizzle developed along a warm front. This week, that front lifts northeastward leaving in its wake southerly winds that will push the mercury higher along with increasing the humidity. That could lead to a return of morning fog for several mornings this week, but it should lift quickly, leading to a mix of sun and clouds during the afternoon.
The next real chance for rain and possibly some storms doesn't return until the end of the week. A strong cold front develops across the southern Plains and arrives along the upper Texas coast by Friday. That could temporarily cool things off by next weekend.