May 14, 2013 12:39 AM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- The upper level disturbance in Mexico that has sent areas of atmospheric instability our way providing much needed rain for the area will be moving northeast out of Mexico and into the central plains states will bring scattered thundershowers to the area Tuesday night and Wednesday before big winds kick in sending our rainfall opportunity away. This will also result in higher humidity and hotter daytime highs.
Tuesday expect a lot more clouds breezy humid and warm with isolated showers only and a high of 84.
Tuesday night expect scattered thundershowers, not much wind warm and sticky with a low of 71.
Wednesday we will have more winds pushing scattered thundershowers inland away from the coast remaining mostly cloudy warm and humid with a high again of 84.
**breezy and warmer but no rain the rest of the week and into the weekend**