Posted: Nov 7, 2012 4:27 PM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- It was a spectacular day with a morning low in the mid 50's light winds and a sunny afternoon high produced a high of 88. Unfortunately our weather goes downhill from here headed in to the weekend. Here are the details.
High pressure will move slowly east today and deepening low pressure and a cold front in the western US will rapidly increase our winds humidity and temperatures the end of this week and weekend. A line of thundershowers will accompany the front early Monday followed by much cooler temperatures.
Tonight will be clear and tranquil but muggy and milder with a low of 64.
Thursday will still be sunny but noticeably breezy by afternoon very warm and humid with a high of 89.
**wind gusts near 40 mph can be expected Friday Saturday and Sunday and temperatures may reach 90 degrees again ahead of the front on Sunday afternoon. ***
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