Posted: Dec 1, 2012 3:13 PM by Meteorologist Juan Acuña
Updated: Dec 1, 2012 6:48 PM
CORPUS CHRISTI - Our weather pattern continues to be uncooperative and persists on delivering unseasonably warm temperatures with little to no rain for the entire area. Today's temperature easily surpassed the record high of 83 degrees set back last year. Officially out at the airport we only received a trace of rain yesterday, which does nothing to help our deficit which now stands over eleven inches below normal.
Tonight, expect partly cloudy skies with another round of dense fog possible for the region. Early morning commuters should use caution and remember to use low beam headlights if traveling through patchy fog areas. Winds will not be entirely calm which may help with keeping fog to a minimum. Mild to warm temperatures are expected as well as they only drop into the mid-60s.
Sunday will be another day of sun and a few clouds with the clouds picking up by Sunday evening. Afternoon highs will be well above seasonal levels around the mid to upper 80s.
A weak frontal boundary will arrive, more like fizzle out, over the area on Tuesday and will drop the temperatures only a few degrees. Still, this will not be a dense shot of cold air as temperatures stay in the upper 70s to lower 80s. Rain chances will also be on the low side with only isolated showers at best. Another front looks to arrive by next weekend, but you guessed it, does not look impressive at this point either.
Have a great weekend!
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