An approaching cold front from the northwest may bring a few showers during the overnight hours.
Most of us, however, will stay dry.
Temperatures will drop into the upper 60s overnight with light winds.
Areas that received rainfall may see some patchy fog develop.
Wednesday will be almost a repeat performance with a hot and humid afternoon and a few hit or miss thunderstorms.
High pressure will make for a sweltering day Thursday with near-zero rain chances.
Temperatures will peak in the low 90s, which heat indices in the mid to upper 90s.
Another cold front will bring another period of afternoon rain chances to end the work week through the weekend.