The ridge of high pressure aloft will keep us in a very warm, humid weather pattern through Friday before it shifts to the southeast as a wave of low pressure moves to our north Saturday.
As the upper wave approaches, southeast winds will increase Thursday and Friday afternoons with gusts up to 40 mph Friday afternoon. Low clouds in the morning Thursday and Friday will burn off to mostly sunny skies as summer-like heat continues inland, reaching the mid 90s .
A cold front will move in around noon Saturday, shifting our winds to the north. There is a chance of sprinkles or a light shower with the front but little to no rainfall is expected. It won't be as warm Sunday, reaching the mid 80s inland and mid 70s coast.
As winds shift back to the southeast and moisture returns Monday, there is another chance of showers but once again, very little rainfall is expected. A weak surface trough of low pressure is forecast to develop in south Texas and track to the northeast Tuesday, shifting our winds back to the north which will keep us from heating up, with highs early next week in the mid 70s to mid 80s.
Wednesday Night: Low clouds and fog moving inland with lows in the upper 60s to low 70s and southeast winds at 8-15 mph.
Thursday: Morning fog and low clouds then mostly sunny with highs in the upper 70s at the beaches to the mid to upper 90s inland and southeast winds at 15-25 mph.
Friday: Morning fog and low clouds then mostly sunny and windy with highs in the mid 70s at the beaches to the low to mid 90s inland and southeast winds at 18-30 mph.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy with a slight rain chance through early afternoon and highs in the upper 80s inland to the mid 70s at the beaches as winds shift to the north up to 20 mph in the afternoon.
Sunday: Mostly sunny with highs in the mid 70s at the beaches to the mid 80s inland and northeast winds up to 18 mph.