CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Upper-level high pressure while not directly over the area will continue to slow-down any rain development to just "Isolated" activity in the next couple of days. Beyond that, a dry northwesterly flow aloft will really slow down any rain development over the weekend and the first half of next week.
Tonight we will have fair skies a light breeze sticky and milder with a low of 75.
Thursday we will have isolated sea breeze showers (on the coast in the morning then working inland during the afternoon) very warm and humid with a high of 89.
Thursday night will be mainly clear breezy and very mild with a low of 75.
Friday expect isolated showers again that work inland on a moderate sea breeze during the afternoon hot and humid otherwise with a high near 90.