A weak upper-level disturbance will move over South Texas late tonight and then lift northward and out of the area by late Friday.
As high pressure builds back over the region, we will dry out completely and heat up while dealing with the Saharan Dust making for hazy sky conditions the next several days; but especially tomorrow and Saturday.
Tonight, expect scattered thundershowers to develop after midnight, mainly near the coast some with locally heavy rain and a low of 75.
Friday, we will have lots of clouds unsettled with scattered thundershowers, especially in the morning, then diminishing and lifting north through the afternoon; very humid and warm, with a high of 85.
Friday night will be breezy, stuffy, and warmer, with fair skies and a low of 77.
Saturday will be mostly cloudy, with more wind, hazy, dusty, humid, and hotter, with a high of 89 but a heat index of 105 or higher.
Sunday will be windy, hazy, and stifling hot with some sun and a high of 92.
Have a good weekend.