Jun 3, 2013 5:06 AM by Meteorologist Juan Acuña
CORPUS CHRISTI - After some beneficial rainfall for the eastern half of the Coastal Bend on Sunday, dry high pressure will begin to settle into the region and promote lots of sunshine and high temperatures in the mid to upper 90s.
Today expect mostly sunny skies with a few high clouds lingering around and a high around 96 degrees. Winds will start out from the east-northeast and end from the east-southeast around 5-15mph.
Tonight will be fair and calm with mostly clear skies and an overnight low in the mid-70s with calm and variable winds. Some patchy fog is possible.
The light winds and sunny skies will last through most of the week until Friday when a few more clouds begin to roll into South Texas and the winds begin to increase as another system moves closer from the Rockies. Another associated late-season front, of course very weak in nature, will try to move into the northern half of the area and bring a few stray showers. Otherwise, mainly dry conditions will prevail.