High pressure will remain overhead with mostly sunny skies expected. High temperatures will be on the rise into the low to mid-70s by this afternoon. A few clouds will be here and there with a slight haze overhead as wildfire smoke from Canada will still impact us. Mostly clear skies continue overnight with lows falling into the upper-40s. Partly sunny skies are likely Tuesday with temperatures on the rise into the upper-70s with help from southerly winds. However, moisture being advected from the South will bring the chance for isolated showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon. Similar conditions are expected Wednesday as a weak shortwave will pass by bringing another chance for showers. Highs will be slightly cooler in the mid-70s and drop going into Thursday as a cold front sweeps through. Drier weather and plenty of sunshine is expected into late week with highs cooler Thursday in the lower-60s. Friday will bring warmer weather with highs back in the upper-60s. Memorial Day Weekend will bring partly sunny skies going into the weekend with highs in the low to mid-70s.