May 6, 2014 8:11 PM by Chief Meteorologist Dale Nelson
CORPUS CHRISTI- A persistent southeast wind will continue thru Thursday limiting showers to well northwest of here with high humidity and considerable cloudiness along with warmer than normal temperatures. As a weak upper level disturbance approaches from the west the winds will decrease and our instability will increase resulting in scattered thundershowers mainly on Friday with the more likely activity north of the Coastal Bend.
Tonight will be warm humid and rather windy with a low of 72.
Wednesday expect lots of clouds still windy humid and very warm with a high of 87.
Wednesday night will be breezy warm and sticky with cloudy skies and a low of 75.
Thursday expect a stray shower inland otherwise mostly cloudy to cloudy very warm and humid and a high of 89.
Friday is our best shot at some badly needed rain but it won't cover the entire Coastal Bend.
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