The high heat and humidity will continue through the weekend as abundant sunshine causes temperatures to climb. Inland areas will reach 100 to 105 for highs but even the beaches will be hot, reaching near 90. Winds will be fairly light this weekend, staying under 15 mph from the southeast.
A cold front will move in early Monday and winds will shift to the northeast, bringing down the temperature and humidity as we start the week. Monday will still be hot with highs in the mid to upper 90s but by Tuesday and Wednesday, we’ll see highs closer to 90 and heat indices topping out near 100.
There is a chance of a shower or two Monday but a slightly better chance Tuesday as weak upper level waves move through. Temperatures will come up a few degrees for the end of next week.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, hot and humid with high temperatures near 90 at the beaches, near 100 in Corpus Christi and up to 105 well inland. Heat indices will climb as high as 116 degrees. If you are heading to the beach, there is a low rip current risk and the water is 86 degrees at Bob Hall Pier and Port Aransas. Waves are expected to reach 2-3 feet with southeast winds at 8-14 mph.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, hot and humid with highs from near 90 at the beaches to 105 well inland and southeast winds up to 15 mph. Heat indices will reach as high as 115 degrees.
Monday: Partly cloudy with a slight chance of a shower or t-storm and high temperatures in the low to mid 90s with winds shifting to the northeast up to 15 mph.