Tuesday's front brought with it some much cooler air. This will translate into highs in the 40s and 50s for Wednesday and Thursday. A mixture of rain showers and light drizzle are also expected for Wednesday and Thursday. Rainfall totals will range from a quarter of an inch in most places to about an inch in some isolated areas. Drier conditions are expected for Friday.
Much cooler temperatures are expected overnight following today's front. Lows will dip into the 40s in most of our communities, but gusty north winds will leave us with wind chill temperatures in the 30s! Light rain is expected to continue overnight. A Small Craft Advisory is also in effect for tonight.
Expect some nasty weather Wednesday as highs are only expected to reach the upper 40s to low 50s. to make matters worse, Wednesday will also be windy with North winds from 15-25 MPH throughout the day. Wind gusts upwards of 38 MPH will be possible. Widespread showers and drizzle are also expected throughout the day on Wednesday. High of 9 degrees for Corpus.
Light rain and breezy North winds will continue overnight Wednesday into Thursday. Lows will drop into the 30s and 40s. Low of 43 for Corpus.
Winds will begin to lessen Thursday afternoon. Skies will remain overcast on Thursday and light rain and drizzle will continue throughout the day. Thursday will still be uncomfortably chilly with a high of only 50 degrees for Corpus.
Skies will slowly begin to clear as winds become more westerly. Low of 39 degrees.
Rain chances remain in the forecast for Friday morning. However, conditions will vastly improve on Friday. Skies become mostly clear as winds become gentle. Highs will also be more mild on Friday. High of 59 degrees.
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