Posted: Dec 6, 2012 4:34 PM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- We had areas of dense fog today that were slow to burn off otherwise it was a warm but beautiful day in South Texas. More fog the next few nights ahead of a strong cold front early next week. Here are the details.
We will continue to warm-up again behind our latest cold front ahead of our next cold front that will be the strongest of the season Sunday night. Temperatures behind the front will sink into the 30's over parts of the coastal bend early next week. We will spend most if not all of next week at or below the normals of 49 for the low and 69 for the high.
Tonight will be damp and milder with patchy dense fog and a low of 62.
Friday will be a bit more breezy but still mostly sunny and warmer with a high of 86.
Expect variable sunshine a little less wind and a high of 83 on Saturday.
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