Posted: Dec 19, 2012 8:14 PM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- It was another day of record setting heat in spite of more clouds and lots of wind. We had a high of 85. It will definitely be different tomorrow. Here are the details.
A strong storm system moving out of the Rockies and into the Plaines states will produce big winds both ahead of and behind it and record warmth Wednesday and sharply cooler temperatures on Thursday into Saturday morning. Winds gusted to near 40 mph today and up to 50 mph behind the front tomorrow. It does not appear that it will freeze (except for our northern counties) although temperatures will drop into the upper 30's here Friday morning.
Tonight will be unsettled with cold frontal passage between 2 and 4 am only a few isolated showers near the coast turning windy and much cooler with a low of 53.
Thursday will be windy and noticeably cooler with mostly sunny skies taking the edge off the Canadian air and a high of 65.
Temperatures drop into the 30's Thursday night and stay cool on Friday.
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