Stronger storms that moved over the Brush Country ahead of our next front earlier this evening are beginning to weaken as they approach the Gulf. A single supercell moved over Webb County earlier. Hail and damaging winds were the main hazards associated with these stronger thunderstorms. Potential for strong storms is pretty much over at this hour. Our next front is currently entering our area and should arrive to Corpus by midnight. A few showers could linger behind the front, but drier air following the front should effectively kill off rain chances for Thursday morning.
After this drier air mass moves in behind this front, we can expect very pleasant weather conditions for our Thursday. Expect lower than usual humidity, slightly cooler temperatures, and partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies.
Skies will begin to clear up around midnight as winds become more northerly. NNE winds up to 15 MPH into Thursday morning. Low of 60 degrees.
Thursday will be partly to mostly cloudy with low humidity and cooler highs. Winds will be variable up to 15 MPH. High of 78 degrees for Corpus!
Thursday night will be tranquil and cool. Expect partly cloudy skies and light, variable winds.