Upper level high pressure is beginning to shift north and this will result in the tropics opening up a bit. With a more easterly flow off the Gulf and easterly waves embedded within the flow, this will generate at least some stray showers the first half of this week that will increase to isolated over the end of the week. No major rainfall is expected and the tropics will stay quiet this week.
Monday will be mostly sunny breezy and blazing hot again with a high of 96 and a heat index between 105-110 and only a stray shower.
Monday night expect mainly clear moon-lit skies again warm and sticky with a low of 77.
Tuesday expect only a stray shower again breezy with sweltering heat and a high of 95.
There is no potential tropical activity in the Atlantic basin.