Clouds once again dominated the area for today, but that didn’t stop some of the afternoon highs from reaching the low to mid 80s for some of the inland areas. With thicker clouds along the coast, we’ve only managed the upper 70s.
For tonight, a weak frontal boundary will move into the Coastal Bend around 2-5AM and bring with it an opportunity to see a few isolated showers and thundershowers along the boundary. Many of us will remain dry, but there is still a chance that some of us could see a few of the rain drops. Otherwise, mainly cloudy skies will dominate and slightly drier air will filter in with an overnight low in the middle 60s. Winds: NNE 9-18 MPH
Tuesday will feature partly cloudy skies early in the day, but we’ll slowly clear out going into the afternoon with highs only reaching the middle to upper 70s. The afternoon sunshine will make it feel very seasonal outdoors. Winds will get a bit gusty out of the east-northeast about 15-20 MPH.
Wednesday we’ll still have high pressure in control of the weather pattern so we’ll have another mainly sunny day with a high in the middle 70s. Winds will shift to the east-southeast and become windy at times at 15-25MPH and gusting.
Clouds and moisture will be on the increase for Thursday and Friday and highs will get back the 80s for many locations.
By Saturday, chances of isolated showers and thundershowers will increase ahead of the next storm system that will bring a cold front into the area late Saturday and on into Sunday. Chances of rain stick around for much of Sunday with highs pushed back down to the mid to upper 60s. So yet another cool down headed our way!