We begin this Thursday morning with mainly clear skies across the Coastal Bend and that has allowed everyone to once again begin the day with temperatures in the mid to lower 70s.
There are some patches of dense fog, so early risers are urged to use caution on the early morning commute.
Today we’ll see upper-level high pressure take over the forecast and the result with be plenty of sunshine today with an afternoon high of 93 in Corpus Christi and middle 90s inland. Winds will be out of the east-southeast at 10-15MPH.
Friday and into the weekend, we’ll have the dome of high pressure in control of our weather pattern but there will be a series of disturbances that will pass us to the north. In response to that, winds will begin to pick up on Friday to breezy levels and then just outright windy for the Father’s day weekend and on into next week.
Look for highs this weekend to max out in the middle 90s with a good mix of clouds and sun, windy conditions and increasing humidity. That extra humidity will shoot the heat index back into the triple digits ranging from 100-110 degrees in the peak heating of the day around 2-5PM.
Chances of rain dwindle down to just stray activity each day along the seabreeze, but the vast majority of us will remain dry the next several days. We’ll look for some isolated showers next Tuesday, but again even that opportunity looks slim for now.
Today: Plenty of sunshine returns, hot & humid…High: 93 Winds: ESE 10-15 MPH
Tonight: Mainly clear and tranquil…Low: 73 Winds: SSE 5-10 MPH
Friday: Mainly sunny, hot and breezy…High: 95 Winds: SSE 10-20 MPH
Saturday: Mostly sunny, hot and windy…High: 96 Winds: SE 15-25 MPH & G
Sunday: Few more clouds, windy and hot…High: 95 Winds: SSE 15-25 MPH & G
Monday: Partly cloudy, windy, hot & humid…High: 95 Winds: SE 15-25 MPH & G
Tuesday: Hot, humid & windy, few iso. showers…High: 96 Winds: SSE 15-25 MPH & G