Oct 9, 2013 12:29 AM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- High pressure is slowly drifting off to the east with a return flow from the Gulf expected Wednesday. This means the humidity and temperatures will be on the increase along with more clouds and overall our weather will not be near as nice as it has been since Sunday beginning Wednesday evening. A stalled cold front to our north produces a few showers over the weekend but not a washout either day. The cold front finally moves thru next Tuesday with significant rain and cooler temperatures once again.
Wednesday we will have a rather cool start then lots of sunshine only a light afternoon breeze humid and warmer with a high of 89.
Wednesday night will be mainly clear muggy and milder with a low of 66.
Thursday will be breezy noticeably more humid and hot with considerable sunshine and a high near 90.
Showers over the weekend will not be enough to produce a washout either day unless the front which is expected to stall north of here ends up stalling in the Coastal Bend.