Posted: Dec 4, 2012 3:30 PM by Meteorologist Juan Acuña
CORPUS CHRISTI - A weak cold front will continue to push through the Coastal Bend this evening and eventually pass everyone by midnight tonight. Showers and thunderstorms have become more widespread just north of Corpus Christi around the Victoria Crossroads region. Expect just a few isolated showers and thunderstorms to fire up in our area as the front pushes through in the next several hours, but chances will diminish and completely move out as the front sweeps by.
Tonight, partly cloudy skies with a lingering shower or two will stick around for the early overnight hours with skies slowly clearing. Temperatures will fall to the mid to upper 50s tonight with a fairly light north-northeast wind around 4-8mph.
Wednesday is shaping up to be a fantastic day as high pressure settles back into South Texas and will promote sunny skies over the area with temperatures only reaching the upper 70s to lower 80s. Winds should remain out of the north around 5-10mph.
The "cooling" effects of the front will not last long as our winds will shift back out of the south by Thursday and the mid to upper 80s quickly return to the forecast. The next cold front should arrive by Monday evening and will allow for a big warm up Monday afternoon in anticipation of the front. Temperatures fall into the 70s for Tuesday with only isolated showers possible.
Have a great evening!
Do you have a tip, information about a breaking news story, or a story idea for 6 Investigates? Contact the KRIS 6 News Desk at 361-884-6666 or send us an email.
Look at photos and videos and share them!
| Desktop Weather
Current forecast, hurricane info, and much more!
|KRISTV.COM Mobile Website
Get KRISTV.com on your mobile or PDA!
|KRISTV.COM Mobile Apps
Get our mobile apps on your mobile or PDA!
See the latest winning numbers!
|6 News Team
Read about your favorite KRIS-TV personalities!
|FCC Online Public File
FCC Public File of Records, Reports, and more