A major cold front with modified arctic air will move through the Coastal Bend around midnight, produce a few showers near the coast then briefly strong gusty northerly winds followed by colder temperatures. Northeast winds off the water along with increasing clouds will save us from a freeze Tuesday night. A southwest flow aloft will keep it on the cloudy side the rest of this week after tomorrow (Tuesday.)
Tonight expect only isolated showers turning windy and colder by midnight and a low of 39 with wind chills mainly in the low 30’s.
Tuesday expect a much cooler day with a windy start then decreasing winds during the afternoon, mostly sunny and a high of 54.
Tuesday night clouds will gradually increase with a light northeast breeze and cold with a low of 36.
Wednesday will be cloudy damp breezy and cool with a high of 56.