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Stifling September heat

Posted at 8:06 PM, Sep 18, 2019
and last updated 2019-09-18 23:33:48-04

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — We continue to have a lot of dry air on the back side of "Imelda" which is only slowly moving north through east Texas. Our southerly winds will gradually become southeasterly and raise the humidity levels which will result in a few but not near enough showers over the next several days as they will only be isolated in nature. Our winds will be on the breezy+ side the next few days also limiting rainfall.

Tonight will be mainly clear very warm and stuffy with a low of 78.

Thursday expect lots of hazy sunshine breezy and stifling hot with only an isolated shower and a high of 96.

Thursday night will be breezy warm and stuffy with fair skies and a low of 79.

Friday will be rather windy hot and humid with only isolated showers again and a high of 92.