We'll finally see some rain in the Coastal Bend as a cold front slowly moves through and an upper level low moves across north Texas through Saturday. Showers and t-storms will increase Friday night and continue on and off through Saturday, tapering off Saturday night.
Rainfall amounts will vary with lowest amounts in our southern counties with a quarter to half inch of rain and higher amounts of an inch to two inches north of Corpus Christi. There is a low chance of severe storms which could produce isolated large hail or damaging wind gusts.
Temperatures will stay in the upper 60s to lower 70s Saturday with northeast winds shifting to the northwest up to 20 mph. Cooler air moves in Saturday night with lows in the mid 40s to lower 50s.
Clouds will clear early Sunday and we'll stay mild with highs in the 60s with a cool northwesterly wind up to 25 mph.
Northerly winds will usher in cooler air early next week as high pressure builds to our north, keeping it dry through Tuesday. Monday looks chilly with highs only in the upper 50s to low 60s and a cold start to the day Tuesday with lows in the mid 30s inland to lower 40s coast. Frost will be possible Tuesday morning in some inland areas.