CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — MONDAY NIGHT: The three c's - clear, calm, and cold.  Overnight lows will settle in the middle 40s under clear skies and an easterly breeze at 5-10 mph.  Low humidity in place.  

TUESDAY: Winds become southeasterly at 10-20 mph, upping humidity levels.  Temperatures warm into the middle 60s under mostly cloudy skies.

LOOKING AHEAD: The combo of surface high pressure shifting to our east and a low pressure system approaching from the west will put the Coastal Bend in a pocket for rain, Wednesday. Look for off and on frequent showers to develop on Wednesday.  Rain totals may range from a tenth of an inch out west, to an inch near the coast.  A weak cold front slips through on Thursday morning, ending rain chances.  Maybe a little sun Thursday afternoon with highs near 70. 

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