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The shower ends at the coastal bend by noon on Thursday. Cool weather / sunshine returns on Fridays and weekends.
Corpus Christi, Texas — Thursday: Rain showers and some isolated thunderstorms occur primarily until 9 am and diminish in the range 9 am to noon. The rain ends by noon, and the almost cloudy sky gradually collapses in the evening. With a strong cold front, this afternoon will be in the mid to early 50s (it reached 80 degrees yesterday). Northwest winds get stronger at 20-30 mph. A gust of up to 40 mph is possible. Wind / strong wind warnings for the area are posted.
Thursday night: On New Year’s Eve, the clouds clear and the weather is chilly / refreshing. Temperatures at sunset are in the low 50s and drop to the low 40s by midnight. The northwest wind is 10 to 20 mph. The wind relaxes a bit overnight and the minimum temperature settles in the late 30s by Friday sunrise.
Future outlook: A smooth voyage to 2021 regarding our weather. Fridays and Saturdays are seasonally cool and sunny, with maximum temperatures low since the mid-1960s and northwesterly winds of 5 to 15 mph. Sundays are from the mid-1960s to the first half of the 1960s, and Mondays are sunny days from the mid to late 70s. As another cold front (timing pending) approaches Wednesday / Thursday, the south wind will be a breeze by next Tuesday.
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