Dec 19, 2013 9:28 PM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- Deepening low pressure in the southwestern U.S. will continue to cause more wind humidity and above normal temperatures here until a trailing cold front arrives with only scattered thundershowers Saturday. The initial frontal effects will be weak for Saturday night and Sunday followed by a secondary push Sunday night which will make for much chillier conditions. Temperatures and moisture will be rebounding on Christmas day ahead of the next front on Thursday.
Expect sea fog and low clouds in the morning on Friday giving way to some afternoon sunshine windy humid and unseasonably warm with a high near 80.
Friday night will stay windy humid and unseasonably warm with a low of 71 and areas of sea fog near the coast.
Saturday expect scattered showers and an isolated thundershowers (with more activity well north of Corpus Christi) otherwise variable sunshine decreasing winds and very warm with a high of 84.
It will be turning cooler and less humid with clearing skies Saturday night and Sunday, then colder Sunday night and Monday.