Wet Wednesday expected due to Willa remnants

Posted at 8:25 PM, Oct 23, 2018
and last updated 2018-10-23 21:26:10-04

The combination of a weak disturbance moving in from the west and tropical moisture moving in from the southwest from the remnants of Willa will produce another cloudy wet and cool day for the Coastal Bend. This will happen on Wednesday. As the system moves east of the area the broad circulation around the system will produce dry northwesterly winds that will produce lots of sunshine and more seasonal temperatures beginning on Thursday afternoon and lasting thru the weekend.

Tonight will be cloudy damp and chilly with a low of 59 and periods of drizzle or very light rain.

Wednesday will be wet with occasional light rain in the morning becoming likely by afternoon still unseasonably cool with a high of only 67.

Wednesday night isolated showers will gradually end with partial clearing late and a cool low of 57.

Thursday expect decreasing cloudiness  light winds and not as cool with some late day sun and a high of 74.