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MONDAY FORECAST: Hazy, hot and humid

A weak plume of Saharan Dust moves back into the Coastal Bend Monday, bringing hazy skies. Heat and humidity remains.

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — SUNDAY NIGHT: Mainly clear skies overnight with temperatures falling into the upper 70s with light southerly winds. A bit more cloud cover will filter into the area early Monday. 

Credit: Meteorologist Joe DeCarlo

MONDAY: After a few morning clouds, conditions turn mainly sunny, hot and humid.  Temperatures will top out in the middle 90s with heat index values between 105 and 110, with a few locations higher than that. This is dangerously hot conditions, so make sure to limit your time outdoors during peak heating and drink plenty of water. 

Credit: Meteorologist Joe DeCarlo

LOOKING AHEAD: Another plume of Saharan Dust enters the Coastal Bend Monday, creating hazy conditions. By Tuesday, dust will dissipate for the rest of the week. Another plume is possible next weekend. 

Credit: Meteorologist Joe DeCarlo

TROPICS: Invest 90L continues to meander off the eastern Florida coast. It has a 50% chance of development over the next five days. It will pose no threat to South Texas. 

Credit: Meteorologist Joe DeCarlo

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