An upper level trof is continuing to push off to the east, and taking the rain with it. A high pressure ridge will continue to push into the area from the west, bringing drier air with it. Over the next few days we can expect a warming trend, with highs ranging from the lower to upper 90's throughout the week. Our warmest days look to be Friday and Saturday, with highs reaching the upper 90's. It will feel even hotter than it actually is this week, as the warm temperatures combine with humidity to allow the index to rise. It may feel as warm as the lower 100's by the weekend.
Rain chances should remain low most of the week. We may see a few scattered showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon hours later this week as the sea breeze pushes inland each day. Some computer models are hinting at a back door cold front to move through the weekend, but it is still too early to tell.
The tropics remain quiet as of today.
Enjoy the warm, sunny weather this week, but don't forget to drink plenty of water and take frequent breaks if you are outdoors!