We have a very warm week ahead before temperatures will cool slightly this weekend.
An increasing onshore flow will give us warm, humid days through Wednesday, with high temperatures reaching the lower 90s inland but staying in the upper 70s at the beaches with morning low clouds and fog.
A weak cold front will move through Wednesday night, but most of the showers and storms with it will stay to our north.
The end of the work week looks mostly sunny and hot with high temperatures reaching into the 90s both Thursday and Friday inland and near 80 at the beaches.
Another cold front is expected to move through early Saturday morning but no rain is expected with it, although it will cool us back to seasonal temperatures for the weekend.
Tonight: Low clouds and fog with patchy dense fog at the coast and lows in the upper 60s to lower 70s.
Tuesday: Morning fog and low clouds then partly sunny, warm and humid with a breezy afternoon. Highs will reach the upper 70s beaches to near 90 inland with southeast winds increasing to 15-22 mph in the afternoon.
Wednesday: Partly sunny, breezy, warm and humid with highs in the upper 70s to the lower 90s and southeast winds at 15-25 mph. There is a slight shower or t-storm chance.
Thursday: Mostly sunny and hot with highs reaching the mid 90s inland, 90 in Corpus Christi and 80 at the beaches with northwest winds up to 15 mph shifting to the east in the afternoon.
Friday: Mostly sunny and hot with highs in the upper 90s inland to the lower 80s at the coast and south winds up to 25 mph.