After weeks of rain during the month of September, we’re finally going to get a chance to dry out. High pressure will be controlling our weather pattern this week, which will keep things quiet.
We’ll see partly cloudy skies with light winds for our Wednesday. Highs will be near 90 degrees, and unfortunately there won’t be a cooling shower. There will be a possibility of a quick shower popping up inland, but overall rain chances will be extremely low.
There could be some patchy morning fog for the inland areas, but along the coastline, fog should not be a problem.
Thursday and Friday
Not much changes on Thursday and Friday. We’ll basically be seeing a repeat of Wednesday’s weather. This is way it works with high pressure.
Saturday and Sunday
By the weekend, high pressure will move eastward, which should allow temperatures to fall a few degrees. This will also allow a little more moisture to flow into the area, which will let some very slight rain chances return to the Coastal Bend.