Posted: Nov 23, 2012 3:55 PM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- It was yet another unseasonably warm day with temperatures in the 80's ahead of a cold front arriving here this evening. Scattered showers and thundershowers with an embedded storm are moving from northwest to southeast across the Coastal Bend this evening. Expect moderately strong wind and much cooler air to follow the front for the remainder of the holiday weekend.
This evening and overnight we sill have scattered to numerous thundershowers gradually ending from north to south late then turning windy and much cooler with a low of 52 and gusty northerly winds.
Tomorrow will start out cloudy and chilly with decreasing winds and increasing sunshine throughout the day and a much cooler high of only 66.
Saturday night will feel like the season with mainly clear skies light winds and chilly with a low near 50.
Sunday starts nice but with increasing clouds and wind and a warmer high of 75.
Overall a nice and cooler weekend. Enjoy!
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