CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Fair to partly cloudy, warm and humid conditions prevailed across the Coastal Bend late this afternoon, with a persistent east southeast wind keeping Gulf moisture and above normal temperatures in the region.
A cold front Tuesday night quickly dissipates with little impact on the area. Another cold front on Saturday may bring isolated showers.
The persistent easterly flow and astronomical (near full moon) conditions will keep tides relatively high, and long period swells from Tropical Storm Eta may mean marginal coastal flooding and a high rip current risk.
Any showers Friday though Sunday will generate less than a tenth of an inch of rain. Highs will remain in the 80s, with lows in the 60s.