CORPUS CHRISTI, TX — While South Texas will not feel the colder air we had foreseen, enough instability and Gulf moisture will be in place for the next week to generate significant and very much needed rainfall.
A disturbance will induce scattered thunderstorms Tuesday through Thursday, with another rain chance Monday.
Expect a week with isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms, with best rain chances late Tuesday through Thursday.
A cold front slows as it moves into Central Texas on Wednesday. And even if it makes it into the Coastal Bend, don’t expect much cooling.
Friday through the weekend, look for isolated showers, then another disturbance brings scattered storms on Monday. Highs will be in the upper 80s to lower 90s. Lows remain in the middle to upper 70s.