CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Another stormy night is in store for the Coastal Bend as Gulf moisture, an approaching weak cold front, and its associated upper-level disturbance favor potential for severe weather.
The strong storms expected Monday night may produce large hail, damaging wind, and the possibility of one or two tornadoes.
Storminess should continue through mid-morning Tuesday, but a quieter pattern is on tap through the work week.
For your weekend, another cold front will become stationary over the region and allow for scattered-to-numerous showers and thunderstorms.
Monday night's activity should produce between one and three inches of rainfall, so ponding in normally flood-prone areas may occur.
Temperatures will remain near normal for the week, with highs in the middle-to-upper 80s, and lows from the upper 60s to lower 70s.