Fog and drizzle is waiting for us Wednesday morning. Those soupy conditions could be in place until mid-morning Wednesday. Then it’s a mostly cloudy day tomorrow as temperatures warm up into the mid 60s. 

Thursday will be another mostly cloudy, dry day with temperatures warming into the mid 70s. Thunderstorms are possible Friday night before the temperatures drop.

Friday is when the cold front moves in. We should see scattered showers Friday afternoon, with thunderstorms possible late Friday night into Saturday morning. In fact, models are leaning toward bringing in the line of rain and possible thunderstorms along the cold front overnight, between 1-3 a.m. Saturday.

Saturday will be windy and cold, with temperatures dropping to near 50 in the afternoon and north winds howling near 30 mph. A hard freeze is expected both Sunday morning and MLK Monday morning

Expect plenty of sunshine over the weekend with no threat of frozen precipitation with this system.

Looking ahead to next Monday, conditions for San Antonio's Martin Luther King, Jr. March look dry, but temperatures will be chilly for the largest MLK march in the U.S.