Less wind will produce hotter highs

Posted at 9:07 PM, Jul 01, 2020
and last updated 2020-07-01 22:07:44-04

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Upper-level high pressure will increase in intensity and shift west giving us a dry northerly flow aloft. This will improve our Saharan dust situation and also reduce our surface winds allowing form more reasonable overnight lows while increasing our daytime highs with no meaningful rainfall in sight.

Tonight will be breezy and still warm and stuffy with fair skies and a low of 78.

Thursday we will have a little less wind humid hazy and hotter with a high of 92 under mostly sunny skies.

Thursday night we will have mainly clear skies more tranquil with a more comfortable low of 73.

Friday expect lots of sunshine light winds lower humidity and hotter with a high of 94.

The heat index will top out between 104 and 109 each day.