May 8, 2014 9:15 PM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- Our atmosphere is loaded up with tropical moisture from the Pacific and weak disturbances moving thru in the upper atmosphere will result in scattered thundershowers overnight and again Friday afternoon into Friday night. At this time it does not look like any of the activity will become severe nor does it appear like this rain event will be enough for full participation in the Coastal Bend. For that we will have to wait until next Monday night when rain is likely and widespread do to an unusual cold front moving thru the area.
Tonight we will have scattered showers very humid and warm with a low of 75.
Friday expect scattered showers and a few thundershowers mainly in the afternoon and evening less wind but still very warm and humid with a high of 87.
Friday night expect quiet conditions after midnight steamy with patchy fog and a low of 71.
Saturday we will have more sun only a stray shower very humid and hotter with a high near 90.
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