We'll have another week of up and down temperatures as winds shift directions in response to cold fronts moving through. After a warming trend through Thursday, another cold front will move in Thursday night bringing seasonal temperatures back for the end of the week. A reinforcing shot of cool air arrives Saturday, giving us a chilly end to the weekend. The weather pattern remains dry and there is still no rain in the forecast.
Tonight will be cold and clear with lows in the upper 30s inland to near 40 in Corpus Christi and upper 40s at the coast with light northeast winds.
Tuesday looks beautiful with a high near 70 and lots of sunshine, low humidity and northeast winds shifting to the southeast up to 12 mph.
Wednesday will be warmer but windy with winds up to 22 mph from the southeast as temperatures reach the mid to upper 70s under mostly sunny skies.
The warmest day of the week will be Thursday with high temperatures near 80 and south winds at 15-25 mph under mostly sunny skies.
Winds will shift to the north Thursday night and Friday will be cooler and breezy with highs in the upper 60s.