Windy, warm and very humid this evening; thunderstorm chances overnight for the Coastal Bend

An upper-level storm system is driving a cold front across the Lone Star State this afternoon and evening, inducing a severe storm threat.
Posted at 2:52 PM, Nov 04, 2022
and last updated 2022-11-04 23:40:16-04

A powerful upper-air storm system moving into the Southern Plains is pushing a cold front across the Lone Star State this afternoon, prompting a significant risk of severe storms this evening and overnight.

The bulk of the risk will be well to the north of the Coastal Bend, but a slight risk of severe storms extends as far south as Corpus Christi between 11 p.m. and 3 a.m. Saturday morning.

Thereafter, much drier and more stable conditions will prevail through Saturday and Saturday night.

Humidity returns Sunday, and isolated showers are expected Monday and Tuesday.

Fair skies will prevail for the middle of next week.

Expect highs generally in the 80s, except middle 70s on Saturday.

Lows will be in the 70s, except 60s Saturday morning.

Tropical Depression Lisa continues to meander in the Bay of Campeche, and poses no threat to South Texas.