Jul 19, 2013 5:37 AM by Meteorologist Juan Acuña
CORPUS CHRISTI - We didn't pick up a whole lot of rain yesterday afternoon, but we managed to put another four-hundredths of an inch into the rainfall bucket and brings our monthly rainfall total to just under two and three quarter inches. Not bad at all considering we are in the hot summer month of July. The upper level low, that brought us the moisture, is pushing farther west and drier air is starting to take over our forecast.
Today look for partly cloudy to mainly sunny skies and blazing afternoon temperatures in the lower to middle 90s and only a stray seabreeze shower. Winds: ESE 10-20
Tonight will be quiet and calm with partly cloudy skies and perhaps a lonely shower along the coastline heading into the morning as temps fall into the middle 70s.
Rain the next several days will not be much, but we do pick up the moisture levels on Sunday and Monday which will lead to isolated showers, but nothing widespread is expected. All weekend plans should be okay and may only briefly be interrupted by a lonely shower or two. Temperatures continue to warm up back near triple-digits next week.