Upper-level and surface high pressure to our northeast will continue to pump tropical moisture into the area, resulting in high humidity, some shower activity and a decrease in our winds through Friday.
As the high moves over us, we will dry out and stay hot for the weekend.
On Monday, the first cold front of the season will slip into the Coastal Bend but don't expect a huge change.
Tonight will be mostly clear with a low of 76 and still sticky.
Wednesday expect only an isolated shower, otherwise considerable sunshine -- hot and humid, with a high of 94.
Wednesday night will be quiet and calmer except for a few late coastal showers and a low of 75.
Thursday we will have less wind and more rain in the form of scattered thundershowers -- still hot and humid, with a high of 91.