CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Cold temperatures are in place to start of Wednesday morning with a good part of the viewing area seeing temperatures in the low 30s.
No doubt, a lot of residents are seeing some frost on their cars and rooftops this morning. There are even a few inland communities that fell into the upper 20s.
The National Weather Service still has a Freeze Warning in effect until 9 a.m. for Jim Wells, Duval and Live Oak counties.
Cool high pressure has a firm grasp on our forecast for today and will result in mainly sunny skies and a below normal high temperature of 63. Winds will be from the south southwest at 5-10 mph.
Tonight will be another chilly/cold night with light winds and clear skies. We'll go with a forecast low of 39 here in Corpus Christi and low to mid 30s for our inland communities.
Temperatures will be rising on Thursday with sunshine and a high of 74.
A cold front moves in on Thursday evening, though it will be dry. That will keep mornings on the cold side and highs back in the 60s on Friday and Saturday with sunny skies.
The weather pattern changes a bit on Sunday with the arrival of another front in the afternoon. That will increase the winds and result in at least isolated showers in the area.
Ahead of another upper-level storm, we'll see clouds stick around through early next week with rainfall increasing again on Tuesday with highs in the upper 50s to low 60s.
Have a great day!