We’ve got some small changes in the forecast for now, but some even bigger changes may start arriving by early next week.
As we head into Wednesday, we may see a couple of stray showers north of I-37. For the most part though, most folks will stay dry. Temperatures will be up in the mid-90s again by afternoon, but the breeze will be noticeably lighter—only blowing around 10 mph.
Another burst of moisture will move into our area on Thursday, which may spark a few isolated showers. Unfortunately, the rain won’t be widespread, but the chance will at least be there. Highs will be in the mid-90s for Corpus Christi and the breeze will remain light.
Friday and Saturday
The moisture slacks off a bit by the end of the week, which will mean only one or two showers mainly over the Gulf waters. There won’t be much of a change in temperatures, but we’ll start looking toward next week for the potential of a pattern change that could bring a better chance of rain back to the area.