Arctic air will continue to push deep into the heart of Texas from north central Canada resulting in freezing temperatures in the much of the Coastal Bend by Wednesday morning. This will be the coldest since it hit 28 degrees back on January 17th. Temperatures will slowly modify by the latter part of this week under sunny skies as the jet stream lifts northward. Tender plants and pets will need to be protected and people will need proper layered clothing protection, especially kids on the way to school as well.
Tonight will be windy and colder with occasional very light rain and a low of 38 under cloudy skies and a wind chill in the 20’s.
Tuesday we will have a cold start (bundle up) then decreasing cloudiness with some late day sun still windy and colder with a high of only 49.
Tuesday night will be clear and very cold with decreasing winds but still a bit breezy and a low near 30 and even colder further inland but warmer near the water.
Wednesday will still be unseasonably chilly but overall much better with sunny skies light winds and a high of 54.