Northerly winds are ushering in colder air to South Texas and will take us from unseasonably warm ( Wednesday) to unseasonably chilly Saturday. Cold Canadian high pressure will be positioned to our northeast and result in lots of clouds between Friday and Monday of next week.
Friday expect lots of clouds rather breezy and much cooler with a high (daytime) of only 59 and temperatures falling into the low 50’s by this evening.
Friday night will be cloudy and colder with patchy areas of light rain and a low of 47.
Saturday expect a few isolated light showers in the morning remaining cloudy and unseasonably cool with a high of just 57.
Sunday night will be cold with temperatures in the 40’s and highs recovering into the low 60’s under cloudy skies Sunday.