CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — A fast moving upper level disturbance will move over South and central Texas on Wednesday producing wet conditions and needed rainfall for the area. A Pacific cold front behind the disturbance will keep temperatures cool and a little below normal through the end of this week.
Tonight will be mainly clear a light bay breeze and cold again with a low of 45.
Tuesday expect increasing cloudiness and winds and more humid with a mild high of 66.
Tuesday night will be overcast muggy and milder with light rain developing after midnight and a low of 56.
Wednesday will be wet with rain likely and some heavy (especially over the northern half of the area) with a high of 65.
The rain ends Thursday morning with the sun and warmer temperatures returning by Thursday afternoon.