Posted: Jan 20, 2013 3:00 PM by Meteorologist Juan Acuña
Updated: Jan 20, 2013 10:45 PM
CORPUS CHRISTI - We had a few more clouds over the area this afternoon as a few high and mid-level clouds streamed overhead today. Temperatures were still fairly comfortable as areas along the coast reached the upper 60s while inland areas observed the middle 70s with light winds.
Tonight, expect partly cloudy skies with fog likely to form in the overnight hours and last all the way through early morning hours before sunrise. Temperatures will be cool in the lower 50s to some upper 40s inland.
Monday will be a mix of clouds and sun, similar to today, with temperatures once again reaching the mid to some upper 70s over most of South Texas. Winds will be shifting from a south-easterly component to a more east-northeast flow as a very weak front will likely stall and wash out just to our north and almost have no effect on us here, besides the brief wind shift at 5-15mph.
On Tuesday, there will be a slight opportunity for a sprinkle or two for our extreme southern counties as an upper level disturbance moves from northern Mexico into deep South Texas, but for the most part will just throw some extra clouds our way. Temperatures will remain in the 70s through the entire week with partly cloudy skies before a stronger front arrives just in time for the weekend and drops temperatures back into the 60s will a very slim chance of showers.
Have a great week!
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