Mild temperatures, overnight fog and low rain chances in Coastal Bend through Weekend

Coastal swells will mean high rip current danger
Posted at 7:29 PM, Nov 07, 2020
and last updated 2020-11-07 23:07:09-05

Generally fair to partly cloudy skies accompany warmth and humidity over the Coastal Bend tonight.

High pressure over the eastern U.S. continues to push easterly winds into the region, and that means a high risk of rip currents.

Two fronts are expected next week; one Tuesday and another Friday. Neither will change temperatures much, but the latter may induce isolated showers and thunderstorms.

High pressure dominates both the surface and upper air, and that situation means mild to warm temperatures and little to no precipitation. A deepening upper level trough over the western U.S. early next week pushes a cold front through the Coastal Bend on your Tuesday, but without much moisture or instability rain chances are slim.

A second cold front on Friday has better support and should bring isolated showers and thunderstorms both Friday and Saturday. Highs will remain in the 80s and lows in the 60s.