CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — The strongest cold front in over seven months will arrive Wednesday night with some badly needed rain, wind and sharply colder temperatures. Ahead of the front it will be very humid and warm touching off a few thundershowers.
Tonight will be mainly clear a gentle breeze damp and much milder with a low of 71 and areas of dense fog.
Tuesday expect more clouds with scattered thundershowers still warm and humid with a high of 84.
Tuesday night will be warm and sticky with mainly cloudy skies and a low of 74.
Wednesday will be warm and humid with lots of clouds and light winds and dry throughout the day with a high of 85.
Showers and thunderstorms likely Wednesday evening and overnight then turning windy and colder with temperatures dropping into the 40's.
Stay tuned and stay warm.