Cold front enters North Texas

Posted at 5:48 AM, Sep 09, 2020
and last updated 2020-09-09 09:14:48-04

CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS — A cold front is moving through North Texas and weakening as it heads South.

Atmospheric moisture is increasing ahead of the front which will lead to widely scattered showers and t-storms Wednesday and Thursday.

Temperatures will only come down slightly before rising a few degrees this weekend ahead of the next weak cold front which will increase rain chances from Sunday through next Tuesday.

Meanwhile, the tropics are active with several systems in the Atlantic but none are expected to come here.

Wednesday looks partly sunny with a high near 90 and widely scattered showers and t-storms near the coast in the morning then inland in the afternoon with southeast winds at 10-20 mph.

Wednesday night expect showers to develop near the coast after midnight with a low of 77.

Thursday we will have widely scattered showers and it won't be as hot with a high of 88.

Friday and Saturday look drier with temperatures coming back up into the lower 90s by Saturday.