CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Abundant Gulf moisture and instability have induced widespread showers and thunderstorms this afternoon as a cold front moves into South Texas.
The wet weather will combine with cooler air behind the front to make for sweater conditions for your Saturday.
The front will surge through the Coastal Bend on Friday, bringing additional showers and shifting wind to the north at 10-20 mph.
Showers become isolated overnight, but as the front becomes stationary offshore, overrunning moisture will bring more rain and storms for your Saturday and Saturday night.
The front retreats north as a warm front Sunday, with temperatures rising and rain chances ending.
Fair and much warmer conditions return the first half of next week as upper air ridging pushes afternoon temperatures toward 90 degrees.
The next rain chance will be Friday week with the arrival of another cold front.