Posted: Oct 11, 2013 11:55 PM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
Updated: Oct 12, 2013 12:00 AM
CORPUS CHRISTI- Tropical moisture will continue to increase across south Texas ahead of a stalled front in the northern part of the state. As weak disturbance move thru the area we will have some showers over the area this weekend but not at all a washout for outdoor activities as the rain won't last for more than a hour in any given Coastal Bend location. Sunday will be a little wetter than Saturday. We will dry out and heat up further Monday and Tuesday before rain increases and becomes heavy along and behind our next cold front the middle to end of next week.
Saturday expect more clouds but still overall variable sunshine in and around isolated thundershowers humid and hot again with a high of 91.
Saturday night we will have coastal showers re-develop after midnight very warm and stuffy with a low of 78.
Sunday expect lots of clouds not quite as hot in and around scattered thundershowers breezy and very humid with a high of 88.
Enjoy your weekend.
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