Jul 25, 2014 8:04 PM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- We had a few thundershowers pop up west of the city today with one particularly strong storm between Robstown and Driscoll dropping very heavy rain and producing angry skies. Dry high pressure is moving in overnight lasting through the later part of next week. Winds and temperatures are on the increase with rain reduced to nothing the next several days.
Tonight will be tranquil except windy near the coast, mainly clear warm and stuffy with a low of 76.
Saturday and Sunday expect sunny skies rather windy (gusts over 30 mph each afternoon) humid and baking hot with a high Saturday of 98 and 97 Sunday. The heat index will top out between 105 and 110 degrees late each afternoon.
Saturday night will be breezy stuffy and warmer with a low near 80.
The tropics are quiet for now.
Enjoy your weekend.
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