Even with some passing clouds for tonight, temperatures stay warm in the low 70s. Winds will continue to stay out of the south, but will gradually subside to be around 5 to 15 mph.
A few more clouds stick around for tomorrow, but we’re still tracking mostly sunny skies. Mostly sunny skies will continue to go along with humid and breezy conditions, as well. Southerly winds will be sustained at about 10 to 20 mph for tomorrow, once again pumping in humid air. Dew points near 70 will make it feel a bit muggy outside, but will also make it feel even hotter than it actually is. Highs are expected to max out in the low 90s, but heat index values will range from the mid 90s to near 100 degrees.
Monday does have the ever so slight chance of a few pop showers, but the better chance of rain and storms begins late Tuesday. Our western areas have the best shot of seeing some isolated showers and storms late Tuesday evening into the overnight hours. A more widespread chance of scattered showers and storms moves in for both Wednesday and Thursday as our next front passes through.
The front may bring rain chances, but it’ll also knock out the humid air. Even so, temperatures stay on the warmer side with near 90 degree weather expected through the week.