Upper-level high pressure will build over the area from the west and result in a gradual increase in the winds and humidity along with blistering hot daytime highs and unseasonably warm overnight lows with little to no rainfall over the next seven days.
Tonight will be warm and stuffy but also quiet and nearly calm with a low under mainly clear skies of 72.
Thursday will be scorching hot with sunny skies and light winds with a high of 95. Thursday night expect mainly clear skies again seasonal and 73.
Friday will be mostly sunny hot and humid and breezy by afternoon with a high of 95.
The heat index will be between 100 and 106 each afternoon.