Feb 11, 2014 2:07 AM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- Arctic air will continue to filter into south Texas with overrunning warm air resulting in drizzle or light rain through this evening. Skies will eventually clear and a rapid warming trend will begin starting on Thursday and lasting into next week. Due to increasing winds Thursday thru Saturday will be the best of the next 7 days.
Tuesday expect another unseasonably cold damp dreary day with wind and drizzle and temperatures 30 degrees below normal expect a high of only 39 and wind chills in the 30's all day.
Tonight will be breezy and very cold with a low of 33 but a light freeze further inland and wind chills in the 20's.
Wednesday will be better with increasing sunshine decreasing winds and not near as cold with a high of 56.
Expect 70's with sunshine by Friday.
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