CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — A very unstable airmass with rich tropical moisture in place will lead to likely rainfall through Friday, and locally heavy rain, causing localized flooding.
Temperatures will be well below normal for July.
Tonight, scattered thundershowers re-developing mainly after midnight, with a low of 73.
Wednesday will be breezy and wet, with numerous thundershowers, some with heavy rain, lots of clouds, and a high of only 82.
Wednesday night, more rain with thundershowers likely, and a rain-cooled low of 73 again.
Thursday, expect considerable cloudiness in and around widespread thundershowers, and a high of only 83.