May 6, 2014 1:13 AM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- Deepening low pressure in the Rockies and central Plaines will interact with surface high pressure to our east resulting in rather windy conditions here the next couple of days. As the winds relax the atmospheric instability will increase resulting in "scattered" thundershowers for the area mainly Thursday night thru Friday night. Unfortunately not everyone will participate in the rainfall and the rainfall amounts will not be enough to pull us out of our current dry spell. However at this point any rain is better than nothing.
Today will be windy very warm and humid with more clouds but still afternoon sunshine and a high near 90.
Tonight expect rather breezy conditions muggy and continued warmer with a low of 74.
Wednesday will still be rather windy with lots of clouds very humid and warm and a high of 88.
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