CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — September is typically the wettest month of the year and rainfall will be on the increase for Wednesday and Thursday and again Monday and Tuesday of next week.
In spite of weak cold fronts in the area, temperatures will remain hot (outside of the rainy areas) but not as hot as they have been all summer long. The tropics are active but nothing that will be a threat here.
Tonight expect scattered thundershowers to develop after midnight with a few producing locally heavy rain and a low of 77.
Wednesday we will have scattered thundershowers mainly over the northeastern half of the Coastal Bend (along I-37 northward) during the morning then inland during the afternoon with a high of 91.
Wednesday night expect showers to re-develop near the coast after midnight with a low of 76.
Thursday we will have scattered showers, otherwise a mix of clouds and sunshine and not quite as hot with a high of 88.
It dries out on Friday and Saturday.