CORPUS CHRISTI, TX — A weak cold front eased through the Coastal Bend early today, shifting wind to the northeast and ushering in mild, dry air that hints at the paucity of meaningful rain for the upcoming week.
An upper level disturbance gliding across South central Texas produced thunderstorms, but those storms remained well to our north.
Skies will remain mostly clear tonight and through your Sunday, with the mercury lingering near normal.
Onshore flow returns beginning Monday, however, so Gulf moisture will be quickly replenished and skies will be partly cloudy through midweek.
A weak upper level disturbance and its associated cold front arrive on Wednesday, bringing only isolated showers and thunderstorms.
The remainder of the week will be fair. Expect highs in the 80s, warming to the lower 90s by Saturday. Lows will be in the 70s, except upper 60s Wednesday night.