Many of us have been enjoying the cooler temperatures we’ve seen on this Wednesday, following our latest front which arrived after midnight this morning. Sadly, they will be short lived. By Thursday, onshore flow will return, and we will see more humidity and warmer temperatures. Isolated storms will be possible along the sea breeze Thursday. Another front will bring us scattered showers and storms Friday night into Saturday. Highs will drop back into the 70s after its arrival. By Sunday, conditions will be warmer and drier.
Tonight will be cloudy and cool with lessening winds. Lows will range from the upper 50s to the mid-60s. Showers over the Gulf will end by midnight. Low of 62 for Corpus.
Thursday will be warmer with more humidity. Winds will pick up and become more Southerly by lunchtime, blowing up to 20 MPH. There’s a chance of isolated showers and storms tomorrow, closer to the coast. Inland communities may not see any rain at all. High of 80 degrees.
Thursday night into Friday morning will be humid and warm. SSE winds 10-15 MPH. Low of 71 degrees.
Friday will be humid, breezy and even warmer. Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy on Friday. SSE winds 10-20 MPH. High of 83 degrees.