CORPUS CHRISTI, TX — A weak mid-level disturbance will enhance rain chances early in the week, although those chances will be low, and a stronger system promises more significant rainfall for the weekend to come.
Temperatures return to slightly above normal for the week.
A dome of surface high pressure gave coolness early this weekend, but its movement to the east will begin the return of onshore flow and increasing humidity by early in the work week.
Wind will be increasing from the southeast through midweek, but instability will be only marginal.
That means even the best rain chance, as a weak disturbance moves through the area late Monday, will generate only isolated to scattered showers.
One or two brief showers also may occur Wednesday and Thursday, but the chance is meager.
A stronger disturbance migrating through the area late Friday into Saturday will generate scattered showers and thunderstorms over the Coastal Bend, with potential for heavy rainfall in Southeast Texas.
Rain chances persist through next Sunday. Highs will be in the middle to upper 80s, with lows in the middle 70s.