CORPUS CHRISTI, TX — High pressure both at the surface and in the upper air will dominate the weather pattern over the next several days, but some weakening in the upper-level pattern will allow isolated showers in the coastal waters.
Temperatures will remain near normal.
The surface ridge centered to our north will induce predominantly east and northeast flow, which will keep humidity down and moderate daytime heating.
As the ridge moves east early next week, Gulf moisture will begin to return in the onshore flow.
A few coastal showers will appear by Monday, but conditions will remain generally fair to partly cloudy.
Highs will linger from the upper 80s to lower 90s, with lows in the lower 70s.