CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Upper-level high pressure has shifted north allowing for an easterly flow off the Gulf and opening up the tropics a bit. This will result in a few but not many showers for the area this week.
Tonight, expect mainly clear skies with winds becoming light and a low of 75.
Tuesday will be mostly sunny and breezy again with seasonally hot sweltering heat and a high of 96.
Tuesday night we will have fair skies with a low of 76 and generally light winds after midnight.
Wednesday expect a few isolated showers (from the east) a light sea breeze and a high of 94.
The heat index will stay below 110 each day but not by much.
The tropics continue to be quiet as we approach the heart of hurricane season.