An arctic front will push through the Coastal Bend on Monday evening with the coldest temperatures of the season so far, and our northern counties may experience freezing temperatures by Wednesday morning!
As with the previous cold fronts recently, expect some rain with and behind the front, rather windy with peak gusts near 40-plus mph, and much colder temperatures that will be well-below normal, but wont last too long.
Tonight will be muggy, mostly cloudy and very mild with a low of 65.
Monday, expect a lot more clouds -- not near as nice -- but still warm and humid with a high of 81. Monday evening, expect overnight scattered showers and thunderstorms developing near and behind the front. It'll turn windy and much colder with a low near 40.
Tuesday will be blustery and unseasonably cold with light rain in the morning, ending during the afternoon. We'll see some partial late-day clearing, and a high of only 46.
Tuesday night will be breezy and very cold with a low of 35, but wind chills will be in the 20's and a light freeze is possible well inland. (NOT in Corpus Christi)