An upper-level disturbance is approaching the Coastal Bend from the west, and will cause numerous showers in the area on Wednesday.
The heaviest, and more likely, rain will be near the coast with lesser, and lower, amounts in the western half of the area.
The disturbance will be followed by a Pacific cold front on Thursday, which will dry us out and bring great weather to the area Thursday afternoon through Friday.
Tonight will be cool, cloudy and breezy with a low of 57.
Wednesday will be cloudy, breezy and cool with light-to-moderate rain likely (a few spots will get brief, heavy rain). The rain gradually ending by evening and a high of 67.
Wednesday night will be breezy and mild with partial clearing skies and a low of 58.
Thursday will be much better for outdoor plans, with skies becoming sunny with generally light winds and warmer with a high of 77.
Thursday night will be chilly with temperatures falling back into the upper 40's.