May 13, 2014 8:56 PM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- For the second time in 5 days we have had a major rain event in the Coastal Bend bringing our dry-spell to an end. Rocky mountain high pressure will move into the area over the next few days bringing unusually cool (for May) temperatures to the area and overall outstanding weather for the rest of this week. Winds will be rather breezy from the north tonight gradually decreasing tomorrow. Temperatures will reach record low levels Thursday morning.
Tonight will remain cloudy breezy a few sprinkles and rather cool with a low of 58.
Wednesday will be wonderful with sunny skies decreasing winds low humidity and overall beautiful with a high of 76.
Wednesday night expect it to be clear calm and chilly with a record low of 52.
Thursday will be terrific with sunny skies light winds and pleasantly warm with a high near 80.
Enjoy as weather like this doesn't come around very often in the month of May!
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