CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS — Summer begins at 6:44 AM Saturday which will be the longest day of the year with 13 hours 54 minutes of daylight in the Coastal Bend.
Along with our typical heat and humidity, we'll also have a chance of rain this weekend with isolated showers and t-storms but plenty of dry time to get outdoors.
Next week looks unsettled with scattered showers and t-storms each day as waves of low pressure aloft move across South Texas.
Saturday: A stray shower or t-storm is possible with hot, humid afternoon inland and very warm at the coast. Highs will reach the low to mid-90s inland to the mid-80s at the coast and southeast winds increasing to 15-22 mph in the afternoon.
Sunday: Isolated showers and t-storms with highs in the low to mid-90s inland and mid to upper 80s coast with southeast winds at 12-22 mph. Heat indices will reach 100-108 in the afternoon.