Weather evening Mid 80s overnight Low 70s morning Mid 60s daytime Upper 80s Your Forecast By Dan Robertson09/23/2014 11:57 AM Enjoying The Feel of FallBehind a weak but welcome cold front on Monday, drier air from the north will keep us quite comfy through the week with sunrise 60s, maybe even a few 50s. Look for daytime highs in the mid to upper 80s.Right now:High pressure continues to influence from the west, where we actually see some rain on the radar out near El Paso. Plan for warm days and cool nights through the middle of the week, with the lowest temps found these next two mornings. While most will dip into the low and mid 60s, a few upper 50s won't be out of the question in protected valleys, especially in the Hill Country, some of our most notorious cold spots.Today across Texas:Tonight's forecast lows:In just a matter of days, the jet stream pattern across North America is predicted to shift again, yet we don't see a great chance for immediate change here at home. An upper-level disturbance will likely cut off from the main jet stream flow then move from the Midwest towards Texas by Thursday-Friday. At the same time, a tropical wave will try to move up towards the coast from the Gulf...and it could mean rain for Coastal Texas but, for now, we're not too confident any developing showers will hit our local backyards. From either of these weather systems. See the details on the 7 Day Forecast and be sure to check back for updates.Long Range Forecast... As the anticipated weak El Nino continues to develop in the Pacific, all meteorological indicators point to more drought relief across the Southwestern US. NOAA's latest 90 day outlook calls for cooler-than-normal and wetter-than-normal conditions in much of Texas, including our area, now through December. Great news!Enjoy your Tuesday.