CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — In the wake of an historically brutal Arctic outbreak, the coming week's weather will be quite docile.
Two weak cold fronts will bring modest rain chances Sunday night and early Thursday, but very little cooling. Most importantly, no freezing temperatures are anticipated. A much less intense upper level jet stream pattern will keep Arctic air well north of the Lone Star State through the week, with modest intrusions of Polar air limiting highs to the 60s at the beginning and ending of the work week.
Isolated showers will dot the coastal plains Sunday night and Thursday; otherwise, no significant precipitation is expected.