A cold front will move through south Texas Tuesday night producing a few showers as it moves through after 9 PM. Low clouds will be persistent from Wednesday through Friday as warmer, southwest winds aloft override the cool northeast winds at the surface, producing drizzle and light rain at times, especially Thursday. Unfortunately, rainfall amounts will be low with a quarter inch or less total. Northerly winds will continue to keep it cool through Friday before we start warming up this weekend, reaching the low 70s by Sunday with a spot shower chance. After warming into the 70s early next week, another cold front cools us back down by the middle of next week.
Tuesday Night: Cloudy with a chance of showers and winds shifting to the northeast up to 20 mph, dropping temperatures into the 50s.
Wednesday: Cloudy and cool with spotty drizzle early in the day and north-northeast wind up to 18 mph, keeping temperatures in the 50s.
Wednesday Night: Cloudy with spotty light rain or drizzle and lows in the low 50s.
Thursday: Overcast, cool, breezy and damp with periods of drizzle or light rain and highs in the mid to upper 50s with northeast winds at 15-22 mph.
Thursday Night: Spotty light rain and drizzle with lows in the mid 40s.
Friday: Cloudy, breezy and chilly with highs in the low to mid 50s and northeast winds at 15-20 mph.