Persistent Summer-Like Weather

Posted at 8:45 PM, Jun 06, 2018
and last updated 2018-06-06 21:45:07-04

Although summer doesn’t officially begin until later on this month, June 21st to be exact, we seem to have already fallen into a very persistent summer-like weather pattern. We continue to see above average daytime temps and not a single drop of rain. Breezy afternoon conditions have been our only relief from the heat with warm and muggy night-time conditions doing little to help. Although the forecast still looks very dry, a rogue shower or two may be possible along the coast this weekend. Chances are pretty low but we will remain optimistic and include a stray shower in the 7 day. 

Once again, another warm muggy night lies ahead here in the Coastal Bend. Expect abundant humidity and light SSE winds. Low of 75 degrees.

Thursday will be partly cloudy and hot with breezy conditions expected in the PM. SSE 5-20 MPH. Heat index up to 104 degrees. High of 94 degrees,

Thursday night will be warm and humid. SE winds less than 15 MPH. Low of 75 degrees.

Friday will still be very hot, it will however be a few degrees cooler than previous days. SE winds 5-20 MPH, with breezy conditions developing in the evening. Heat index up to 101 degrees; high of 92 degrees for Corpus. 

Friday night will be partly cloudy and warm. Low of 76 degrees.