Jun 22, 2013 12:10 AM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- The "dry high" continues to dominate our weather and keep significant rain away from the area. This major weather system will stay entrenched over the region for at least another week. Once it moves off of us tropical moisture and rain will return to the area around the end of this month (see chart) and into early July. The big rains of last week in the watershed are finally showing up in Lake Corpus Christi as the lake levels are starting to rise.
Saturday and Sunday expect lots of sunshine breezy dry (with the exception of a stray shower inland) with record high heat and a high both days of 98. The record for Saturday is 96 and the record for Sunday is 98.
Tonight will be tranquil and mainly clear with a nearly full moon and a low of 77.
We will have the largest full moon of the year right after sunset Sunday evening. Viewing should be spectacular.
Have a good weekend.
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