Posted: Jan 26, 2013 3:19 PM by Meteorologist Juan Acuña
Updated: Jan 26, 2013 6:39 PM
CORPUS CHRISTI - Winds picked up out of the southeast this afternoon and gusted to near 30+mph with plenty of sunshine and only a few high level clouds. As an area of low pressure spins out near the desert southwest, our winds will continue to be on the windy side with gusts averaging between 25-35mph until the first half of next week.
Tonight, expect clouds to be on the increase with temperatures only dropping in the middle to low 60s and winds lightening up around 6-12mph out of the southeast.
Sunday will be mostly cloudy with the possibility of some fog/light drizzle early in the day. Temperatures will still be above normal in the upper 70s to lower 80s area-wide with gusty winds around 15-30mph.
Expect temperatures to continue to warm up as a cold front moves through the Rockies and pulls moisture into our region out ahead of it. Some locations will even push the 90 degree mark by Tuesday afternoon as the front moves through late Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning. There is a small opportunity for some rain as the front moves through, but it will not be much and will do very little to help with our drought situation. The better chances lie northeastward towards the Victoria Crossroads and the Houston-metro.
Have a great weekend!
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