Dec 18, 2013 9:36 PM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- High pressure that has embraced South Texas with beautiful weather is moving away from the area as low pressure strengthens to our northwest. This will result in more clouds wind and humidity along with well above normal temperatures for a change. All of this occurs ahead of a pacific cold front that will arrive here by late Saturday. Expect scattered thundershowers near the frontal passage with more activity north of Corpus Christi along with much cooler and drier conditions.
Thursday will noticeably different and not near as nice with a lot more wind humidity and clouds but still warmer with a high near 80.
Thursday night will be cloudy breezy and milder with a low of 66.
Friday expect lots of clouds windy warm and humid and a high of 79.
Temperatures top 80 on Saturday ahead of our cold front then dive into the 30's (but above freezing) Saturday night.