Friday will get off to a chilly start with early morning lows in the upper 30s and 40s across the Coastal Bend with Corpus Christi at 41. The north breeze near 10 mph will produce wind chills in the 30s early in the morning with passing high clouds.
Friday afternoon will still be on the cool side with high temperatures reaching the mid 60s and a north breeze at 8-12 mph.
An upper level low is forecast to move across north Texas Saturday which will send clouds into south Texas through the afternoon and overnight. Moisture is limited but there could be a few showers develop with the best chance south of Corpus Christi along the coast. After a chilly morning Saturday, we'll reach the mid 60s in the afternoon with light northerly winds.
Clouds will decrease Sunday and temperatures will reach the mid to upper 60s during the day, falling into the lower 40s Sunday night under mostly clear skies.
A weak cold front will pass through Monday morning, only dropping temperatures slightly by Tuesday before we start warming for the rest of the week as high pressure aloft builds over south Texas. Daytime temperatures will reach the mid 70s by Thursday with mostly sunny skies.