CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — A large upper level high centered over New Mexico will continue to heat and dry out the atmosphere over Texas, preventing significant rain chances through Monday.
Thereafter, the high shifts into the Great Basin, and a cold front promises scattered showers and storms for Monday night and Tuesday.
Brutal heat will persist through the weekend as stubborn upper-level high pressure warms the atmosphere and prevents rain for the Coastal Bend.
Early next week, the upper high shifts into the Great Basin, allowing a cold front to sweep through the State. That front will bring isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms Monday night through Tuesday.
After only stray showers for your Wednesday, another disturbance brings isolated thunderstorms Thursday.
Expect shower chances to continue through the end of the workweek. Highs will remain in the middle 90s, with lows in the middle to upper 70s.