CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Dry sinking air will prevail across South Texas over the next few days with only a few stray showers this weekend.
Temperatures will continue to be rather hot, but fairly normal for this time of year.
Tonight, expect fair moonlit skies calm and quiet with a low of 74.
Wednesday we will have sunny skies, a light afternoon sea breeze, dry and blazing hot with a high of 96.
Wednesday night will be tranquil with a low of 75 under mainly clear skies.
Thursday will be mostly sunny, dry with sweltering heat and a high of 95.
The tropics are now quiet.