Those late-season cold fronts are officially behind us as we fall into a more persistent summer-like weather pattern for the remainder of the forecast. Expect above average temperatures and little to no chances of rain.
Tonight will be warm and humid with patchy fog possible in the early morning hours. Winds will lessen after midnight and become very light until late Wednesday morning. Low of 68 degrees.
Wednesday will be sunny, dry and even warmer. Expect less cloud coverage and above average temperatures tomorrow. SSE winds up to 15 MPH. High of 94 degrees.
Wednesday night will be warm with light, southerly winds and partly cloudy skies. Low of 70 degrees.
Thursday will be breezier. Conditions will still be dry and temperatures will reach the upper 90s to 100s in many of our inland communities. High of 95 degrees for Corpus.