Posted: Dec 17, 2012 3:58 AM by Meteorologist Juan Acuña
Updated: Dec 17, 2012 12:39 PM
CORPUS CHRISTI - A weak frontal boundary is still meandering through South-Central Texas early this morning and is causing some isolated shower activity mainly for the offshore waters. This feature will eventually push through the area in the next few hours and result in clear skies for most of the Coastal Bend and plenty of sunshine this afternoon.
Today, expect mostly sunny skies and very warm temperatures as we should hit the lower 80s for afternoon highs with generally light winds around 5-15mph out of the north-northwest.
Tonight, clear skies, cooler temperatures in the lower 50s to some upper 40s with a few low lying areas seeing some fog.
Things begin to really warm up by mid-week as our next cold front approaches South Texas. Expect afternoon temperatures to surpass the mid-80s on Wednesday as that is likely to be the warmest day of this week. As the front arrives in our area early Thursday morning, winds will increase around 20-30mph and temperatures will drop to the 60s for afternoon highs and likely see some 30s by Friday morning.
Have a great week!
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