Posted: Oct 16, 2013 12:15 AM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- A weak cold front will move into the Coastal Bend early this morning, stall and drop temperatures to more seasonal levels from the unseasonably warm weather we have been having. Disturbances moving along the stalled front will produce periods of light to moderate rain before the front dissipates to our south on Saturday. There will not be much rain initially with the front as the moisture is being transported to our northeast by a strong jet stream.
Today will be cloudy and noticeably cooler with only isolated showers and a high of 81.
Tonight the rain will increase to scattered showers especially near the coast and overall wet and cooler with a low near 60.
Thursday expect morning showers, ending by afternoon but staying cloudy and continued cooler with a high of only 74.
Numerous rain showers will redevelop Friday night and into Saturday but the timing (in all honesty) is a little tricky at this point.
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