CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — A huge storm system in the central Plains will pump unseasonably warm air into the region through Saturday evening. The trailing Pacific cold front will arrive after midnight with much lower humidity and cooler more seasonal temperatures. No freezing temperatures are expected for at least several weeks.
Tonight expect fog and drizzle breezy and very mild with a low of 72.
Saturday morning clouds will give way to afternoon sunshine breezy but not as windy as Friday and unusually warm with a high of 87. Cooler of course near the water and warmer inland.
Saturday night Fair skies turning much cooler with a low of 59.
Sunday Fantastic with increasing sunshine decreasing winds much less humid and cooler with a high of 74.
Temperatures drop into the 40's Sunday night.