CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS — It will be drier the next couple days as high pressure aloft builds over South Texas. Our usual late July heat and humidity will be in full force as we head into the weekend.
Thursday's high will reach 94 in Corpus Christi which is normal for the end of July. The humidity will produce heat a heat index up to 108 during peak heating.
A trough of low pressure passing to our north this weekend will produce storms in South Central Texas Saturday that could clip could clip our northern counties l as a cold front stalls over Hill Country.
There's also a chance of isolated storms Sunday. Most of the weekend however does look dry and sweltering in the Coastal Bend.
Tropical Storm Isaias is to the south of Puerto Rico, heading northwest and is forecast to bring heavy rain and wind to the Dominican Republic to the Central Bahamas through Friday and into south Florida Saturday.
At this time it is forecast to stay tropical storm strength as it moves into Florida this weekend.