The weekend brought us oppressive heat and humidity with highs nearing the century mark and the heat index topping 110 at times.
Things will be a bit better today with more typical summer heat and humidity.
We look to top out in the low 90s still but should keep the heat index under 100.
Scattered thunderstorms will be possible by mid-afternoon but the higher chances look to hold off until the evening hours.
Some of those could become strong as they move through the area with the biggest threat being gusty winds.
The strongest storms look to occur before midnight with weaker storms continuing overnight.
Tuesday will be mostly dry with a few more spotty thunderstorms by the afternoon, especially in our southern counties.
Pretty similar conditions continue through the week with a front stalled in the area, drifting slightly north and south and bringing the highest storm chances with it.
That does mean we could see a few spotty thunderstorms on the Fourth of July.
Temperatures stay in the upper 80s to near 90 degrees with a bit of humidity sticking around, though more like what you would expect this time of year.