As upper-level high pressure builds and then moves east of the area into the western gulf, our winds will increase.
And as the winds pick up, so will our overnight lows and daytime highs along with our heat index due to higher humidity.
There is no significant relief in sight from this summery weather pattern.
Tonight will be mostly clear and quiet with nearly calm winds and a low of 72.
Friday, expect to see lots of sunshine, dry and baking hot with a high of 94.
Friday night, we will have fair skies, a little breezy, muggy and warmer with a low of 77.
Saturday will be mostly sunny but windy with stifling heat and a high of 96.
The heat index tops out near 100 on Friday and 108 on Saturday.