Tonight: Clouds will clear with the cold front offshore to leave behind clear skies. Overnight lows will be cold in the lower 30s. Some places along and north of the 10 and 12 will fall below the freezing mark.
Tomorrow: Sunny skies will return and afternoon highs will be a touch warmer in the mid 50s, but still chilly.
Monday and Tuesday: Widespread rain will lift out of the Northwestern Gulf on Monday associated with an area of low pressure that will stay offshore. Rain, and maybe a few thunderstorms, will move through the area through the day and night. It will begin to clear by Tuesday morning. Rain totals will be around 1”-2” with the higher amounts near the coast.
Beyond: A very strong cold front will move through Thursday night bringing artic air with it. Temperatures will fall fast behind the front with morning lows in the 20s. Friday will see breezy winds around 10 to 15 mph with gusts up to 25 to allow wind chills to be even colder.