Posted: Nov 9, 2012 4:28 PM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- It was windy and very warm today and that trend continues for the weekend. Our next cold front has sped up a bit. Here are the details.
Very windy conditions will prevail the next three days ahead of a moderately strong cold front that will push thru south Texas Sunday night. A scattered line of showers and thundershowers will accompany the front with the more likely rainfall activity north of Corpus Christi. Much cooler air will temporarily follow the front.
Saturday and Sunday will be windy (peak wind gusts over 40 mph) very warm and humid with considerable sunshine and a high tomorrow of 88 and 91 on Sunday.
Tonight will be rather breezy humid and unseasonably warm with a low of 71.
Scattered thundershowers expected ahead of the cold front Sunday evening and Sunday night.
Watch out for the wind and enjoy your weekend.
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