VICTORIA, Texas - Upper level high pressure remains dominant over South Texas late this afternoon, precluding significant rainfall despite a disturbance moving through Southeast Texas. Showers and thunderstorms, some producing heavy rainfall, are scattered from the Golden Triangle, near Sabine Pass, into the coastal waters. Only a few showers are moving toward the easternmost Crossroads. Expect isolated showers overnight, then scattered showers and thunderstorms for your Wednesday, as the upper level ridge moves slightly west. That shift to the west will allow more instability and, thus, more rain chances for your midweek. Another disturbance moves into range over the weekend and into early next week, so isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected from late Saturday through Tuesday. Highs will remain in the middle to upper 90s, with lows in the middle 70s.