Get ready, because here it comes. A Friday morning cold front will set off changes in our weather that will last through the foreseeable future.
The cold front will be moving through the Coastal Bend throughout the early morning on Friday. It will definitely be producing rain along it, but a couple of thunderstorms are possible with it as well. While unlikely, these storms could produce a little bit of hail especially for the north and northwestern parts of the area.
The cold front is expected to have moved through most of the area by sunrise Friday. This will leave temperatures tumbling from the 60s into the 50s for most of the day. By evening, the rain should be tapering off, but it is not likely to be totally gone. This means that Friday Night Football is expected to be damp, cold, and windy—definitely take a coat.
Rain should end by Saturday morning, but the clouds and windy conditions will remain. This will keep temperatures stuck in the 50s. You’ll definitely want to bundle up if you’re headed out.
We’ll have more clouds for Sunday, but temperatures should make it up to the mid-60s. The winds will be lighter, but rain chances will increase slightly, especially along the coast. Expect a few showers to pop up in the coastal counties.
Another cold front will be in the works for Monday, which will only reinforce the chilly weather from the weekend. It will also send temperatures to the lowest levels so far this season by mid-week.