CORPUS CHRISTI, TX — Not much in the way of meaningful rain is expected for most of the coming week, with much needed precipitation holding off until Friday. Meanwhile, after mainly fair skies this evening, sea fog will move inland after midnight and send visibility to near zero before daybreak. Expect mostly cloudy and breezy conditions Sunday and Monday, with skies becoming partly cloudy for your midweek. Only isolated showers will pester the Coastal Bend through Monday, then a prominent upper level storm system moving out of the Desert Southwest will bring scattered to numerous thunderstorms on Friday. Heaviest rain will be well north and west of South Texas, from the Hill Country through North Texas. The core of the upper level system will transit the State far enough north of us that it will not allow colder air into the region. In fact, the next cold front is expected a week from next Monday. Meantime, look for highs from the middle 70s to lower 80s, with lows from the upper 50s to middle 60s.
Posted at 9:44 PM, Mar 07, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-07 23:06:54-05
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