Jun 5, 2013 5:26 AM by Meteorologist Juan Acuña
CORPUS CHRISTI - A high pressure system continues to dominate our weather pattern in South Texas and will deliver light winds, seasonal temperatures, and lots of sunshine.
Today will be a carbon-copy to yesterday with mainly sunny skies, light winds out of the east-southeast around 8-16mph, and temperatures in the lower to mid-90s in the city. Coastal areas will be in the upper 80s and inland regions will make the middle to upper 90s.
Tonight some clouds stroll back into the area with light and variable winds. Temperatures will drop in the mid to lower 70s.
A very weak frontal boundary will try to ease into the Coastal Bend late Thursday and into Friday morning and bring a couple of stray to isolated showers to mainly our northern counties. Winds will temporarily swing to the north before retreating back to a southerly flow. The tropical system in the central and eastern Gulf of Mexico is still no threat for us here in South Texas and is promising to deliver flooding rains to portions of Cuba and Florida.