Posted: May 3, 2013 8:41 PM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- After the winds peaked at 47 mph this morning they have been gradually decreasing throughout the day and led to a nice afternoon. A cold night (for May) is in store for South Texas then a gorgeous weekend. Here are the details.
Canadian high pressure will continue to slowly slide over South Texas resulting in a gradual decrease in our high winds and leave us with sensational weekend weather. Expect clear crisp cold nights (with temperatures near of below record low levels) and sunny dry warm days. We will not return to seasonal levels until Thursday of next week.
Tonight will be clear nearly calm and record tying cold with a low of 46.
Saturday and Sunday will be sunny and pleasantly warm with low humidity and light winds and a high of 80 Saturday and 83 on Sunday.
Enjoy the weekend.
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