May 7, 2014 9:18 PM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- Tropical moisture continues to move thru south Texas from the Pacific ahead of the tail end of an upper level disturbance swinging across the southern Rockies. Our instability will gradually increase as our winds slowly decrease resulting in scattered showers and thundershowers mainly Thursday afternoon thru Friday evening. The best shot of rain in the city and along the coast will be around noon on Friday. Only an isolated shower with more sunshine and hotter temperatures expected over the weekend.
Tonight will be cloudy windy humid and rather warm with a low of 75 and a few dying showers to our west.
Thursday expect lots of clouds again still breezy with scattered thundershowers increasing mainly to our west during the afternoon and a high of 86.
Thursday night and Friday expect scattered thundershowers (unfortunately not everybody gets needed rain) a few with locally heavy rain very warm and humid with a low Thursday night of 71 and a high Friday of 87.
Rain is badly needed; some of us will get it but not all.
10 hours ago
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