The clouds sure did stick around through our Friday and Friday night and rain chances are going to be increasing overnight.
We are expecting the rain chances to really increase into the early morning hours on Saturday and towards daybreak as a system moves through the area and really begins to set off a chain reaction of events that will cause chances of precipitation to really increase through the morning hours. More than half of the folks in our area will see rain at some point overnight and through the morning but it certainly not be a gully washer. Most of us that do see the rain will see less than a quarter inch. By afternoon it should start to clear out and give way to clearing skies and a high of 77.
On Friday here on the south side of town we topped out at 68 degrees and at 9:40 pm we are still right around that mark. It just has not changed much. Our south side Corpus Christi low was 55 degrees and tonight we will be just a little bit warmer into the lower 60s.
Humidity levels are pretty high outside tonight. They are right around 75% so it feels pretty muggy and sticky but those cooler temps are making it a little bit more bearable.
A Small Craft Advisory is in effect through 6 AM Saturday morning for waters from Baffin Bay to Matagorda Ship Channel from 20 to 60 nautical miles. Southeast winds will be around 20 kts with gusts up to 25 kts. Seas will be around 5 – 7 ft.