Dec 11, 2013 9:28 PM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- We continue to be mired in clouds and unseasonably cool temperatures due to Canadian high pressure to our northeast and upper level low pressure to our southwest. We will not see a big increase in sunshine until our upper level winds turn westerly and northwesterly. As the low moves out this will happen by Sunday and much of next week. With more sun temperatures will warm considerably over recent levels and it will also be mainly dry.
Tonight will be breezy and rather chilly with mostly cloudy skies and a low of 42.
Thursday expect mostly cloudy skies with a little sun still cool/chilly with light winds and a high of 55.
Thursday night will be cloudy and damp and milder with a low of 49.
Friday in spite of considerable cloudiness generally light southerly winds will make it noticeably warmer with a high of 69.