Dry, Stable Conditions to Persist over the Coastal Bend through Midweek

Below Normal Temperatures, Dry Polar Air Linger
Posted at 3:51 PM, Oct 30, 2020
and last updated 2020-10-30 16:51:19-04

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX — A weak dome of Canadian air lingering over the Southern U.S. continues to bring mild temperatures and low relative humidities to the Coastal Bend late today, and ideal weather is expected for your Halloween outdoor festivities. A cold front returns a bit of chill early next week, but rain is not expected until Thursday and Friday. Polar air is very slowly moderating over the Deep South, but is still keeping temperatures well below normal over South Texas. Finally late Saturday, a light southeast wind returns slightly milder air to the region. The next cold front arrives around midday Sunday, however, returning chilly conditions for the first of next week. A weak disturbance brings increasing humidity and isolated showers Thursday and Friday. High temperatures in the 70s will warm to the lower 80s Wednesday through Friday. Lows in the 40s and 50s will warm to the 60s Tuesday through Friday.