CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — An upper level disturbance meandering around central and south Texas will produce an unstable atmosphere and some locally heavy downpours off and on the next three days. By Friday night the disturbance moves out and the Saharan dust moves in with more heat and humidity and dry conditions for the weekend.
Tonight expect scattered thundershowers with a few storms to develop after midnight some with locally heavy rain and a low of 75.
Wednesday scattered thundershowers ending during the morning and working off to the south and east light winds very warm and humid with some afternoon sun and a high of 89.
Wednesday night sticky and steamy with light winds and a low of 74.
Thursday consider cloudiness very warm and humid with scattered thundershowers developing during the afternoon and evening and continuing into the overnight hours with a high of 88.
The Saharan Dust cloud will be arriving in earnest on Friday and Saturday and be noticeable at that time in the south Texas skies.