CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS — The strongest cold front in over seven months will arrive on Wednesday afternoon (much earlier north of Corpus Christi) with numerous showers, raw northerly winds and plunging temperatures.
Tonight will be warm and sticky with fair skies and a low of 74. Wednesday will be quiet early with variable cloudiness mixed with some sunshine and a high of 85 then scattered thundershowers developing this afternoon and evening then turning windy and much cooler with temperatures falling into the 60's around sunset.
Wednesday night rain likely windy and colder with a low of 45 but a wind chill in the 30's.
Thursday light rain ending in the morning, windy and rather chilly with clearing skies during the afternoon and decreasing winds with a high of only 57.Calmer and unseasonably cold with a low of near 40 Thursday and 30's further north and inland.