Aug 11, 2014 9:07 PM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- Yet another unusual summer cold front is making its way toward central Texas. It will stall over the Coastal Bend on Tuesday and then gradually dissipate. Where it stalls determines who receives the scattered thunderstorm activity. This is a very similar weather set-up to what happened early in the morning on August 1st. Tuesday and Tuesday night will definitely be different.
Tonight expect isolated thunderstorms in our northern counties otherwise seasonal and 75 with moon-lit skies.
Tuesday we will have scattered showers and a few thunderstorms with locally heavy rain otherwise variable sunshine hot and humid and a high of 95.
Tuesday night expect scattered thundershowers and a rain-cooled low of 73.
Wednesday we will have scattered thundershowers in the morning then sunshine and heat during the afternoon as the front dissipates and a high of 96.
It gets hotter later in the week with a fair amount of wind by the weekend.
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