Mostly cloudy skies are once again the order of business as we continue to deal with a warm, muggy air mass that has been locked in place since the start of the work week.
A few isolated showers will be possible, although any precipitation will stay light and short lived, but most of us will be staying dry through the rest of the day.
Highs in the afternoon are going to remain on the warm side with Tuesday's afternoon temperatures pushing into the mid and upper 70s with plenty of humidity.
Showers will start to pick up overnight with widely scattered showers through the day on Wednesday and slightly cooler temperatures, the wettest weather will hold off until Thursday.
Temperatures are expected to drop toward the end of the week which will keep things chilly for the start of the weekend.