Posted: Dec 11, 2012 4:40 PM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- The clouds kept our temperatures above freezing last night and nearly 15 degrees below normal today. The skies are going to clear overnight. Here is what happens next.
Canadian high pressure will continue to keep our temperatures unseasonably cool (for a change) into Thursday. The lack of clouds-clear skies and lighter winds will make tonight the coldest night since January 14th when it got down to 33 degrees. As it warms up it will cloud up Friday and Saturday with a few showers Saturday ahead of the next cold front which will take temperatures below normal again early next week.
Tonight will be clear and colder with a low of 35 and a freeze further inland.
Wednesday will be outstanding with sunny skies light winds and a cool high of 64.
Thursday expect more clouds and milder but temperatures still below normal.
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