Thunderstorms expected to develop Wednesday afternoon

Posted at 6:38 AM, Jun 24, 2020

CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS — A weak frontal boundary will stall just to our north today and with daytime heating, a few storms are possible this afternoon, some which could produce heavy rain.

The chance of storms continues Thursday into Friday but they will be widely scattered. Saharan dust is moving into south Texas and will give us hazy skies the next few days as the thickest plume of dust moves in by Friday.

This will dry out our air and squash our rain chance with only isolated storms possible Friday. The weekend looks hot, mainly dry and windy with seasonal temperatures.

Today looks partly cloudy with a few storms developing in the afternoon with heavy downpours.

Highs will reach the low to mid 90s inland to the upper 80s at the coast. Winds will stay light from the southwest to south up to 15 mph.

Tonight will stay mild with lows in the mid to upper 70s and light winds.

Thursday there is a chance of t-storms with highs in the upper 80s to lower 90s and southeast winds increasing to 15-20 mph.