CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS — Our Friday cold front will not only give us a taste of Fall but a full meal as it plows through the Coastal Bend around mid-day tomorrow.
Canadian high pressure will slide off to the east, so return flow off the Gulf will happen quickly, resulting in lots of clouds on Sunday and a few showers on Monday as we warm up again quickly.
Tonight, expect decreasing winds moon-lit skies warm and sticky with a low of 75.
Friday will be unsettled with scattered showers developing by late morning turning windy and much cooler with temperatures falling from the '80s in the morning behind the front to near 60 by sunset with northerly winds gusting to 40 mph.
Friday night will be windy and much cooler with lots of clouds and a low of 55. It will be the lowest temperature in six months.
Saturday, we will have variable sunshine light winds very low humidity and unseasonably cool with a high of only 71.