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A bit less heat today and Thursday; increasing rain chances for the weekend

Weak upper disturbance gives Hill Country storms
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Posted at 2:28 PM, Sep 02, 2020
and last updated 2020-09-02 21:30:37-04

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — An upper-level disturbance in Central Texas is producing scattered showers and thunderstorms well northwest of the Coastal Bend this afternoon, but significant rain chances will hold off in our area until Friday.

Seasonable temperatures persist through early next week, then comes a major midweek cooldown.

The upper-level disturbance igniting the storms northwest of us today will move away overnight, but a tropical wave in the western Gulf of Mexico will bring showers and storms beginning Friday, persisting through the weekend.

Abundant moisture and lingering instability keeps isolated showers in the forecast Monday and Tuesday, then a major coldfront arrives Tuesday night.

Expect much milder air, windy and wet conditions for your Wednesday.

After highs in the 90s Thursday through Tuesday, expect middle 80s on Wednesday.

Lows from the lower 80s and middle 70s will dip into the middle 60s by Wednesday night.