Posted: Nov 9, 2012 11:25 PM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
Updated: Nov 9, 2012 11:25 PM
CORPUS CHRISTI- We will have strong southerly winds unseasonably warm temperatures this weekend ahead of a moderately strong cold front that will arrive Sunday evening. The more likely widespread and severe rainfall activity will be well north of the Coastal Bend but we will see scatter thundershowers near frontal passage. Much cooler air will move in behind the front with temperatures staying below normal thru Thursday of next week.
Today will be windy (with peak gusts over 40 mph this afternoon) very warm and humid with a high of 88 under variably sunny skies.
Tonight will be rather breezy humid and unseasonably warm with a low of 73.
Sunday will start out windy with a mix of clouds and sunshine hot and humid with a high of 91 ahead of scattered thundershowers developing around sunset. The better opportunity for rain will be over the eastern half of the area Sunday evening.
Temperatures turn much cooler Sunday night and drop into the 50's with 40's expected Monday night.
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