Corpus Christi reached 84 degrees today while one week ago we had a high of 41. The warmer weather pattern has settled in and we'll stay above average the next few days. There is a cold front which comes in late Monday which will cool us down a few degrees and bring some rain showers to start the work week. Until then we'll have breezy and humid days with highs in the 70s to lower 80s and nights in the 60s.
Tonight will stay mild with lows in the lower 60s as low clouds and fog move back in. Sea fog will be thick over the coastal waters and there is a Dense Marine Fog Advisory until noon Thursday.
Thursday looks partly sunny with a stray shower chance early in the day and again overnight but most areas will stay dry. We'll reach the mid to upper 70s with southeast winds at 10-22 mph.
Heading into the weekend, temperatures will warm slightly with a lot of low clouds around and windy afternoons. Temperatures will reach the upper 70s to 80 through Monday.
Showers are possible late Monday as a cold front moves in and shifts our winds to the north. At this time, around a quarter to a half inch of rain looks possible before we dry out, dropping into the lower 50s Monday night and staying in the 60s next Tuesday.