The cold front arrived early Monday and left cold temperatures, wind, and rain in its wake. There doesn’t look to be a pattern change in the forecast anytime soon, meaning the cool weather sticks around.
Low temperatures on Monday night are going to be quiet cold for mid-October. Corpus Christi will be near 50 degrees, but inland locations are likely to see mid- to upper 40s. The wind will also still be blowing.
Things don’t change much on Tuesday. The temperatures will hover in the low to mid-50s, and the wind will remain strong out of the north.
Light rain will be possible all day, which will keep it feeling dreary. If you’re heading out, you’ll definitely want to take the jacket and umbrella.
Through the end of the week
Wednesday won’t bring a huge change either, though temperatures will rise a little further. Expect highs in the upper 50s, but we keep the clouds and the chance for some light rain.
By Thursday, the chance for heavier rain will be back, which could cause some minor flooding thanks to the saturated ground. This elevated chance of rain will stick around through Friday, and—you guessed it, the clouds and cool conditions stick around too.
Get ready for cool, blustery, and wet week!