There is a Freeze Warning from 3 AM to 9 AM Saturday for inland areas of the Coastal Bend, including Corpus Christi. Tonight will be clear and cold with lighter winds, allowing many locations, except coastal communities, to reach at or below freezing tomorrow morning. Corpus Christi will see an overnight low of 31. Protect sensitive vegetation and be sure your outdoor pets have shelter to stay warm.
After a chilly morning, Saturday looks pleasant with near seasonal average highs in the upper 60s with sunny skies and light north winds shifting to the southeast.
Sunday, we'll cloud up and could see one or two stray showers as a front stalls and dissipates to our north. Still, highs will be on the seasonal side in the mid to upper 60s with northeast winds up to 12 mph.
Monday will still be partly to mostly cloudy and the wind and temperatures will increase. Winds will be gusting out of the south-southeast around 15-25 mph with highs into the lower 70s.
An upper-level low will move into the desert Southwest and promote more wind on Tuesday and Wednesday, but also increase moisture in the area and promote cloudy skies and showers in the area late Tuesday and into Wednesday.
Heaviest rainfall amounts will still be in far north Texas, but we could see a few tenths of an inch under the more moderate rainfall.
Have a great weekend!