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CORPUS CHRISTI - We had another round of flooding rains along the coastline today to start off the work week and abundant tropical moisture moved in from the Gulf of Mexico. Some locations from Port Aransas, Ingleside, Portland, Aransas Pass, and out towards the Flour Bluff area picked up between 2-6 inches of rainfall just today alone. Over the weekend, we had to deal with some flooding rains as well so it's been a damp couple of days near the coast. Unfortunately our inland communities have not participated so much, but there is another batch of showers and thunderstorms in the forecast for tomorrow. Tonight will be mostly cloudy with a few stray showers lingering along the coastline. Temperatures will be muggy and mild and are only expected to drop in the upper 60s to lower 70s. As additional moisture continues to flow in, another round of showers and storms will develop in the early morning hours around 5-8AM near the coast and work their way inland in the early afternoon hours. Temperatures will top in the lower to mid-80s on Tuesday afternoon with winds out of the east-northeast around 11-22mph. We continue to keep a watchful eye on an area of disturbed weather in the Bay of Campeche. The National Hurricane Center has now flagged the system with a 50% chance of tropical formation in the next 48 hours. A stalled front in the Gulf of Mexico will guide the tropical system to the northeast towards the Florida area and, with the counter-clockwise rotation, eventually usher in slightly drier air from the north into the Coastal Bend by Wednesday. Mostly sunny and warm days will then follow with cool morning lows all the way into the weekend.
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