CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — An upper level disturbance will cross North Texas tonight and the associated cold front will arrive Wednesday morning with wind, very dry air and a significant temperature drop but not near as cold as it was last week.
Tonight will be very muggy and mild with patchy dense sea fog and a few showers toward daybreak and a low of 68.
Wednesday we will have a few isolated showers in the morning, then windy with partial clearing during the afternoon and a high of 85.
Wednesday night will be rather windy with fair skies and much cooler with a low of 49.
Thursday will be breezy very dry and much cooler with mostly sunny skies and a high near 70.
Temperatures will drop into the 40's Thursday night with light winds.