Nov 26, 2013 9:38 PM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- The upper level disturbance that caused the rain Monday night and the wind on Tuesday has moved well east of the area and very dry air has followed the system into south Texas. This produced clear skies Tuesday evening and windy conditions. The atmosphere will gradually warm above the area beginning Wednesday resulting in wonderful weather and a warming trend the next several days. In spite of some clouds temperatures will approach 80 degrees on Sunday.
Tonight expect decreasing winds clear skies and unseasonably cold with a low of 34 but colder inland and in the upper 30's near the water with a wind chill in the upper 20's.
Wednesday will be wonderful after a cold start we will have sunny skies noticeably less wind and not near as cold with a high of 57.
Wednesday night will be clear nearly calm and rather cold with a low of 35.
Thanksgiving expect a beautiful with sunshine thru high clouds light winds and warmer (but still cooler than normal) with a high of 63.
Stay warm and stay tuned.
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