CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Isolated showers developed this afternoon over the northeast Coastal Bend, but dense sea fog will be the main feature tonight and early Saturday.
Above-normal temperatures are expected into the middle of next week. A weak disturbance is prompting the rain showers this afternoon and this evening, with a cold front bringing precipitation to an end early Saturday.
Do not anticipate much cooling with the front, as highs will remain in the 70s to lower 80s through Thursday. Another cold front and favorable jet stream dynamics will bring isolated showers and thunderstorms Monday.
Overnight temperatures will linger in the 50s and 60s. Breezy to windy onshore flow is expected on New Year's Day into Monday. Any rainfall totals will be modest.