Posted: Jan 4, 2013 6:00 PM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- It was another chilly day with a high of only 52 degrees under cloudy skies. A little rainfall is expected overnight and the first half of tomorrow but not much. Here is the detailed forecast.
An upper level disturbance will move northeast across central Texas resulting in some overrunning light drizzle/light rain tonight and Saturday morning. As the system moves well east of Texas temperatures will slowly warm from chilly levels and will start to see some sunshine. We have another shot at some showers Tuesday of next week.
Tonight will be damp and cold with periods of light rain or drizzle and a low of 43 and a wind chill in the upper 30's.
Saturday expect periods of light rain or drizzle mainly in the morning still unseasonably cool with a high of 54.
Sunday will be much better with a little late day sun and warmer temperatures in the 60's.
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