CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — TUESDAY NIGHT: After some clearing Tuesday afternoon, clouds will build back into the Coastal Bend overnight. This, thanks to a weak back-door cold front moving in from the northeast. Temperatures will stay in the middle to upper 40s overnight with a northeast breeze at 6-12 mph.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy skies with temperatures in the lower 60s. NE breeze at 7-17. Given the clouds and the steady NE breeze, the low 60s won't really feel all that mild.
LOOKING AHEAD: Cloudy skies persist into Thursday. Rain chances begin to increase Thursday afternoon in prelude to an approaching cold front. Temperatures stay in the low 60s Thursday afternoon.
Cold front moves through the Coastal Bend Thursday night, offering the region scattered to numerous showers. Rain chances will remain in place through mid to late morning, Friday. Rain totals look modest, up to around 3/4ths of an inch of rain for some locations.
North winds will become gustier (15-25) behind the cold front and skies will clear Friday afternoon as drier air works in. Highs near 60 on Friday. The weeks looks great. Cold mornings and mild afternoons with sunshine and highs in the low 60s Saturday and near 70 Sunday. Both mornings will observe lows in the 30s with a light freeze possible for some on Saturday morning. Another rain chance enters the forecast, Monday.