The combination of a cold front and upper-level disturbance will approach the Texas Coast on Friday night and move through early Saturday morning.
The most significant rain in over two months will develop out ahead of the front beginning Friday afternoon lasting through Saturday.
Cooler then colder air will follow the front and chase temperatures into the upper 30's early next week.
Tonight, we will have fair skies nearly calm and cooler with a low of 61.
Thanksgiving expect a mix of clouds and sunshine not much winds and warm with a high of 83.
Thursday night will become cloudy muggy and much milder with a low of 71.
Friday we will have more clouds warm and humid with showers developing during the afternoon and evening with a high of 81.
Rain will be likely here on Saturday and some areas could see an inch of badly needed rainfall.