Oct 5, 2013 4:16 PM
CORPUS CHRISTI- The first big cold front of the fall season is making its way through the Lone Star State Saturday afternoon.
The front will make its way into the Corpus Christi area during the overnight between Midnight and 3AM.
Some isolated showers and thunderstorms are possible along the front as it moves through, but the vast majority of the area will be dry. Lows behind the front will be in the 60s inland to near 70 along the coast.
While there is a chance for an isolated shower Sunday morning, the wind and the cooler air will be the main issues with this front as strong north winds will move into the area with the cooler air.
Wind gusts around 35 to 40mph will be common behind the front through at least noon on Sunday, which will make for rough and choppy seas for any marniers. High temperatures will struggle to get out of the 70's for most areas. Corpus Christi should see a high temperature in the upper 70s to near 80. with mostly cloudy skies.
The cooler air will stick around through at least Tuesday with highs in the mid 80s and lows in the 50's.
The wind will diminish by Sunday evening