CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Upper level moisture will continue to flow into the area from the Pacific while low moisture arrives from the Gulf.
With a general area of low pressure to our north we will continue to see moderate southeasterly breezes which will keep temperatures much cooler on area beaches than in Corpus Christi and further inland.
There is a little bit of rain in the forecast but not much until perhaps the upcoming weekend.Tonight will be mainly cloudy and very mild with patchy seas fog and light winds with a low of 65.
Tuesday expect lots of clouds with only peeks of afternoon sunshine otherwise isolated showers and a high near 80.
Tuesday night expect fair moonlit skies only a light breeze with patchy fog again and a low of 64.
Wednesday expect more sun breezy humid and warmer with a high of 83.