Posted: Oct 5, 2012 9:54 PM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- A strong cold front will ease into the area late Saturday night and pass thru Corpus Christi between 2 and 4 am early Sunday. Due to Westerly as opposed to northerly winds aloft the colder air associated with the front won't last more than a couple of days but in an unusual twist clouds will linger behind the mainly dry front. With the lack and loss of sunshine high temperatures will be far below normal for October and the lowest highs in about 6 months.
Today expect light winds mainly sunny skies humid and hot with a high of 92.
Tonight will feature our cold front after midnight with only a few sprinkles then cloudy rather windy and cooler with a low of 62.
Sunday Fall returns as it will be cloudy windy and much cooler with an afternoon high of only 67.
**temperatures drop into the 50's Sunday night and return to the 70's (but still cool) on Monday.
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