The week started on a great note as high pressure continues to make its way from the Ohio Valley to the Eastern Seaboard.
We should have one more relatively nice day, but clouds will be on the increase the first of a series of systems passes off shore bringing the chance of some rain.
Monday evening will feature only a couple clouds on what will be a pleasant night. Temperatures will trail down into the mid 60s.
Some high clouds may already move in by Tuesday morning, but they will thicken during the afternoon. Despite the cloud cover, it will still be a comfortable day as temperatures climb toward 80 degrees.
Between Wednesday and Thursday, it will be a close call as several waves of low pressure pass just south and east of the city. Coastal sections will have the best chance of showers from time to time. As for the city, it looks to be dry for most part, with just a good deal of clouds.
The best chance of any showers may hold off until Thursday. Temperatures will be in the upper 70s. Further inland, it may be a very nice day with partly sunny skies.
By Friday, high pressure will bring back the sun across the region and temperatures will respond nicely. Highs will be in the mid 80s.
Heading into the weekend, the heat and humidity will be coming back. Highs will be in the 80s with the risk of an afternoon thunderstorm.
By Monday, temperatures may climb back to around 90 degrees.