We'll warm up the next few days as winds shift to the south by Saturday. Low level humidity will rise giving us more low level clouds Friday and Saturday. Another cold front will sweep through late in the day Saturday, sending dry and cooler air into south Texas. The up and down temperatures will continue next week as winds shift directions but no rain is in the forecast.
Tonight looks mostly clear with patchy fog and lows near 50 in Corpus Christi to the mid 40s inland with light northeast to east winds.
Friday will be warmer with a high near 70 and east to southeast winds up to 20 mph. It won't be as cool Friday night with lows in the upper 60s to near 60.
South winds at 15-25 mph will warm us into the lower 80s Saturday under partly sunny skies before a cold front moves through, shifting our winds to the north Saturday night.
The drier air will provide us with abundant sunshine Sunday with a mild afternoon with highs in the low to mid 70s and northerly winds at 10-20 mph.
Monday looks cooler with high temperatures near 70 and a northeast breeze under sunny skies.