Posted: Nov 2, 2012 4:23 PM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- We had another summery day in South Texas even though we are now in early November as temperatures reached 90 and record high levels today. It will stay unseasonably warm over the weekend with a few showers but not many ahead of our next cold front. Here are the details.
Our humidity will continue to increase over the weekend ahead of a Pacific cold front that will slowly move thru the area late Monday. It will clear out and be a little cooler (50's for lows) the middle of next week. Ahead of the front we will have a few showers each day but nothing widespread or likely.
Saturday and Sunday will be a bit breezy with mostly sunny skies expect only isolated showers humid and hot with a high tomorrow of 88 and 87 on Sunday.
Tonight we will have fair skies warm and stuffy with a low of 68.
Expect isolated showers again on Monday otherwise lots of sunshine very warm and humid.
Enjoy your weekend.
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