Jul 14, 2014 8:44 PM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- An unusual cold front moving into north Texas will generate thunderstorms there and the outflow from those storms will produce a few thundershowers over the northern half of the area Tuesday night. The front will not move thru the Coastal Bend but rather dissipate in central Texas on Wednesday.
Tonight will be mainly clear and comfortable (for July) with a low of 73.
Tuesday expect sunny skies generally light winds and stifling hot with a high of 97.
Tuesday night we will have widely scattered thundershowers over the northern half of the area warm and sticky with a low of 76.
Wednesday expect lots of sun and baking hot with a high of 99.
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