CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — With an upper air ridge of high pressure over the Gulf blocking an upper low over the southwest US we continue to have a persistent flow from the Pacific bringing lots of clouds and warm air into the region. This also prevents cold fronts from entering the region thus loosing our ability to generate any meaningful rainfall that is badly needed.
Tonight will be mostly cloudy with areas of patchy sea fog once again moving in from the Gulf, muggy and very mild with a low of 68.
Thursday we will be hazy warm and humid with a mix of clouds and sunshine rather breezy and a high of 86.
Thursday night will be breezy very mild and muggy again with a low near 70.
Friday expect lots of clouds windy warm and humid with a high of 83.