Apr 2, 2013 10:53 PM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- We only had a few sprinkles today warm and very humid ahead of a developing squall line in Mexico that is headed for central and south central Texas. Here are the details with a lot of variables in the forecast.
Finally some rain for south Texas but only a start not near enough to end our deficit for this year as an upper level disturbance cold front and abundant moisture converge on east Texas between now and Wednesday. Unfortunately the heavier and more likely rain will be north of the Coastal Bend.
Tonight expect scattered thundershowers muggy and very mild with a low of 68.
Wednesday expect considerable cloudiness breezy humid and not as warm with scattered thundershowers (some heavy) with a high of 78.
Clearing cooler and very nice Thursday Friday and into Saturday.