Warm moist air continues to flow into the area from the Gulf. A cold front will approach the Coastal Bend late Thursday and early Friday but stall and then dissipate before a major arctic cold front arrives Saturday night with some unusually cold weather for March. Rainfall will be on the very light side the next few days in spite of the strength of the cold fronts.
Tonight expect drizzle with more sea fog muggy and very mild with a low of 64.
Wednesday will not be near as wet as Tuesday with only a sprinkle a little late day sun humid and warmer with a high of 78.
Wednesday night will be unseasonably mild with patchy sea fog and a low of 65.
Thursday will be mostly cloudy still humid and seasonal with a high of 75.
Warner again Friday and Saturday before temperatures plunge into the 40’s and 30’s behind the arctic front early next week.