Temperatures will move as we head during that time with triple digit heat ahead of schedule one week from now as high weight on high reinforces. Likewise, Cristobal is estimate to be a hurricane as it travels north through the Gulf which puts us on the rear of it’s course, keeping dry, sweltering climate over south Texas. As of now, downpour is relied upon to remain out over the Gulf however could approach our sea shores late Sunday in the event that the tempest takes a go toward the upper east. Beach front flooding is likely this end of the week and right on time one week from now due to Cristobal. Light north breezes this end of the week will come around toward the west Monday causing the triple digit warmth to move toward the coast. Evening heat lists will arrive at 100-110 this end of the week and as high as 115 by Tuesday. A frail virus front is estimate to travel through next Wednesday, cutting temperatures down marginally late one week from now.
Today: Partly shady with inconsistent mist inland and lows in the mid to upper 70s with light breezes.
Friday: Mostly radiant, hot and moist with highs in the mid 80s at the sea shores and mid 90s inland with east-southeast breezes up to 15 mph. Evening heat files will arrive at 100-105.
Saturday: Sunny, hot and damp with light upper east to east breezes and highs in the upper 90s inland to the upper 80s sea shores. Evening heat records will arrive at 100-105.
Sunday: Partly overcast, hot and sticky with highs almost 100 inland to the upper 80s sea shores with light north-northwest breezes. Evening heat records will arrive at 102-108 degrees.
Monday: Sunny, hot and damp with highs from 100-105 inland to approach 90 at the sea shores and light west-southwest breezes . Evening heat files will arrive at 103-110.
Tuesday: Sunny, exceptionally hot and moist with highs from 100-105 inland to approach 90 at the sea shores light south-southeast breezes. Evening heat lists will arrive at 105-115 degrees.
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