Feb 27, 2014 5:36 PM by Meteorologist Matt Terhune, email@example.com
CORPUS CHRISTI- Chilly and fog forms inland overnight. Low: 48. Wind: SE/S 5-10mph.
Friday morning starts with fog inland then skies break up into partly cloudy to mostly sunny. With a warm front passing Texas, we warm up nicely. High: 81. Wind gets breezy, S/SE 15-25mph.
Friday night sea fog rolls in from the Gulf. We start Saturday with dense fog, then clouds break up inland but stay along the coast. High: 80. Wind increases with strong low pressure building off the Rocky Mountains. Wind: SE 20-30 g40mph.
Sunday it stays warm and windy, but enough moisture will give us some pockets of drizzle.
Late Sunday night the next Canadian Cold Front blasts through the Coastal Bend into early Monday morning. Only a little rain is expected with frontal passage. It stays cold, cloudy, and windy Monday with gusts near 50mph.
Still cloudy and cold on Tuesday with a breezy north wind and a sprinkle or two is possible.
Wednesday an upper level disturbance rides over us giving us some light rain.
Finally next Thursday the clouds break up and we warm into the upper 60s.
Temperatures stay below normal all next work week.
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