May 15, 2013 5:28 AM by Meteorologist Juan Acuña
CORPUS CHRISTI - As an upper-level low out to our northwest continues its migration to the northeast, we will have one more day to see some rainfall associated with this system.
Today look for mainly cloudy skies with widely scattered showers and thunderstorms throughout the Coastal Bend. Temperatures will still be on the steamy side with upper 80s near the city and lower 90s possible in the inland areas. Winds will pick up out of the southeast around 15-25 with gusts as high as 30 possible. As winds pick up, rainfall chances will begin to diminish this evening.
Tonight the winds will relax somewhat under partly to mostly cloudy skies and mild temperatures only dropping near the mid-70s.
We begin to dry out by tomorrow with breezy and very warm conditions heading into the weekend with temperatures near or exceeding 90+ degrees with partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies. Heat index values will approach the century mark for the weekend so be sure to stay hydrated and cool with planned outdoor activities.