Posted: Jan 7, 2013 7:43 PM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- It was another very nice day right up until the clouds moved in around mid-afternoon shutting down our high temperature at 65 degrees. The clouds moved in quickly because of a rapidly developing storm system out to our west in Mexico. The combination of a warm front followed by a cold front and an upper level disturbance coming in from the west will produce likely rain with some locally heavy between now and Wednesday afternoon. The heaviest activity will be late Tuesday night and early Wednesday.
Tonight will be cloudy and milder with scattered showers developing after midnight and a low of 57.
Tomorrow will be unsettled with cloudy skies rather breezy much more humid and warmer accompanied by scattered showers and thundershowers and a high of 73.
Rain will be likely in the form of thunderstorms and possibly severe Tuesday night and Wednesday morning with locally heavy rain.
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