Feb 11, 2014 9:19 PM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- Arctic high pressure northeast of the lone star state will continue t o slowly pull away from the area. A dry northwesterly flow aloft will produce clearing skies with sunshine finally returning to the entire area beginning tomorrow and lasting thru the weekend. A much anticipated warming trend will take place starting tomorrow and temperatures will eventually make it up to 80 degrees by Monday of next week. Unfortunately tonight and tomorrow morning will continue to be unseasonably cold.
Tonight expect mostly cloudy skies with some clearing from the west toward daybreak, breezy and colder with a low of 33 in Corpus Christi but below freezing further inland and a wind chill dropping into the 20's.
Wednesday will start very cold but sunshine returning to the area takes the edge off the cold air and we will end up with a wonderful day and a high of 56.
Wednesday night expect clear skies calm and cold with a low of 35 and areas of frost.
Thursday will be even better with sunny skies light winds and pleasantly warmer with a high of 66.
Enjoy the warm-up.
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