CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — FRIDAY NIGHT: Temperatures will be mild, bottoming out in the middle 60s overnight. As wind calm down to around 5 mph, another round of fog will develop overnight. Some of the fog may be dense, reducing visibility to less than a quarter of a mile in spots.
SATURDAY: Any fog in place will disperse by around 9AM. Look for a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the middle to lower 80s. Southeast breeze at 5-15 mph. Very humid by early December standards.
SUNDAY: Southeasterly winds will stay a touch breezier (5-10 mph) during the pre-dawn hours of Sunday, which will mitigate fog from developing - although there may be a few areas of light fog. More clouds with highs in the lower 80s and a SE breeze at 10-20 mph Sunday afternoon.
LOOKING AHEAD: A cold front will move into/through the Coastal Bend during the afternoon, Monday. A few showers will be possible with the passage, but not expecting anything more than a tenth of an inch. Best chance for rain will be near the coast. Temperatures fall from around 80 Monday afternoon, into the upper 50s by Tuesday morning. The front will be stationary over the region Tuesday, leading to additional isolated to scattered showers activity. Again, only about a tent of an inch possible.
Drier air works in to the region on Wednesday, bringing more sunshine and warmer temperatures. Highs in the lower 80s WED-FRI. Longer range guidance is hinting at a much stronger cold front NEXT weekend, but that's getting in to forecast model fantasy land, so things like timing, strength, are all likely to change. Will revisit next week.