Sorry we missed the last week, but what a week it was! It felt much better after starting the first week of the month with a torch.
The week ahead looks mostly quiet, with the heat being centered early on.
Tomorrow is the hottest day of the week. We'll see warm and humid conditions, especially inland, as a ridge tries to build. It won't be the kind of heat that we saw earlier in the month fortunately, and it doesn't look to last long. Areas near the immediate coast should be cooler with a sea breeze. There is only a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms tomorrow.
The second day of the work week looks unsettled. It may be a warm to hot day too, with high humidity and temperatures in advance of the front. Unlike some of the other fronts we've seen this season, this on is coming with a lot of forcing, which will create conditions conducive for moderate to heavy rain. I expect this to fall during the afternoon and evening hours, and while there could be a few strong to severe storms, it doesn't look like there's a significant severe thunderstorm threat.
The middle to end of the work week looks much more tranquil. While there could be some showers during the early morning hours of Wednesday, after the front passes we are going to see drier and less humid conditions as high pressure builds in. In terms of temperatures, I expect typical summer highs and nice nighttime lows.