Areas of fog will develop Thursday night as winds shift to the east, bringing moisture back in with a weak onshore flow.
The fog will burn off early as winds shift to the south-southwest Friday, and temperatures soar into the upper 90s-to-100 inland, with Corpus Christi likely breaking the record-high of 94 from 1953 on Friday.
Another cold front will move through by early Saturday morning, reinforcing the dry air as winds shift to the northeast.
Temperatures will come down slightly for the weekend, but we will still have warm afternoons with plenty of sunshine and lower humidity.
The onshore flow returns Sunday night with rising humidity and temperatures for the first half of next week.
The dry weather pattern continues through next week although there could be a few showers or t-storms with the front moving in Wednesday.
Tonight: Clear skies with fog developing late and lows in the mid to upper 60s inland and lower 70s coast.
Friday: Sunny and hot with highs in the low to mid 80s at the beaches to 100 well inland and south winds at 10-18 mph.
Saturday & Sunday: Sunny, breezy and warm with highs in the upper 70s to mid 80s.
Sunday night: Low clouds and fog with lows in the upper 60s to lower 70s.