Posted: Dec 18, 2012 5:54 PM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- It was sunny very warm and breezy today with a record high of 87 degrees. Another record high is expected tomorrow before temperatures tumble behind our late night cold front on Wednesday. Here are the details
Another cold front is headed for south Texas Wednesday night and this one will be stronger than the last with increasing winds and warm temperatures ahead of it and windy and much colder behind it. Unfortunately little rain is expected with the front. The strongest cold front of the season will Christmas night and put temperatures down near freezing the middle of next week.
Tonight will be rather breezy becoming cloudy and much milder with a low of 69.
Wednesday will be windy and unusually warm with a record high of 87 under variably sunny skies.
Turning windy and much colder Wednesday night thru Friday afternoon. Temperatures will drop into the 30's but above freezing Thursday night.
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