A flash flood watch is in effect until 1 pm on Saturday.
The combination of rich low level moisture a weak late season cold front and an upper level disturbance will produce numerous thunderstorms and showers overnight moving in from the west and the north. As the front moves through in the morning our atmosphere will temporarily stabilize leaving us with quiet weather for much of the day on Friday before our atmosphere recharges Friday night with more showers (not severe) and brings likely rain to the area for Saturday. Sunday-Mother’s Day looks to dry out before rain returns on Monday.
Tonight showers and thunderstorms likely with some heavy and possibly severe approaching after from the west and arriving in Corpus Christi around midnight with a rain cooled low of 67.
Friday expect some lingering showers near the coast early morning then mostly cloudy and much cooler but overall a quiet day with a high of only 78.
Friday night expect showers to re-develop over the area and become likely after midnight with a low of 66.
Saturday we will have numerous showers that will slowly work inland and end near the coast during the afternoon with a high under mostly cloudy skies of 79 and generally light winds.
Sunday will be mainly dry with highs in the 80’s.