May 14, 2013 5:07 AM by Meteorologist Juan Acuña
CORPUS CHRISTI - All eyes are in northern Mexico as the upper level disturbance that has kicked a few showers and thunderstorms our way and helped bring some much needed rain to the Coastal Bend will finally start to move to the northeast and into the Plain states and give way to a few more showers in the area.
Today we will see mainly cloudy skies with a couple of showers/drizzle spots and perhaps a rumble of thunder or two for a lucky few. Humidity continues to build in with the winds out of the southeast around 10-20mph and highs getting into the lower to mid-80s.
Tonight seems the best opportunity to pick up a few more
raindrops in the bucket as the upper low kicks up to the northeast so we'll look for isolated to scattered showers, light winds, and lows in the upper 70s.
Rain chances will stay through the early afternoon hours on Wednesday before they quickly move north of the area (along with the upper level low) and we begin to dry out. A few clouds will stick around Thursday, but temperatures will start to heat rapidly as we could see upper 80 to 90+ degree temperatures going through the weekend with breezy/windy conditions.