Oct 29, 2013 1:17 AM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- Deepening low pressure in the Rockies will cause a big increase in our winds humidity and temperatures ahead of a weak Pacific cold front arriving on Halloween afternoon.
Scattered showers and thundershowers will accompany the front and will end from northwest to southeast Thursday afternoon and evening and here in the city around 7pm.
Cooler air will be slow to follow the front but will arrive by early Saturday resulting in the coolest temperatures of the season by Sunday morning.
Today expect more clouds noticeably more windy (gusts between 30 & 40 mph) humid and unseasonably warm with a high of 87.
Tonight will be cloudy rather breezy and warmer with a low of 76.
Wednesday expect considerably cloudiness windy very warm and humid with isolated showers (more inland) and a high of 88.
Expect scattered showers and thundershowers on Thursday (Halloween) some with locally heavy rain ending across most of the area by 7pm and a high of 86. Temperatures will be dropping into the low 70's Halloween evening for trick or treaters.
On a very positive note lake Corpus Christi is filling up by the end of this week unless too much water is released. (see picture from Monday)