The main weather driver the rest of this work week will be a surface high to the west and a large upper trough over the Great Lakes. The first will keep us mostly dry and the second will continue the trend of below average temperatures.
As we head on into Tuesday, the day will start off dry with some sunshine. Into the afternoon clouds will likely build like we've seen the last few afternoons, while an upper disturbance should touch off at least a few scattered showers and weak thunderstorms. Temperatures will again top out in the 70's. We should see a totally dry day on Wednesday while we add a few degrees, then by Thursday and Friday temperatures will again be pretty close to average, in the lower 80's. Though much of this time period will be dry, it looks like both Thursday and Friday afternoon/evening could again see a few scattered showers and storms. Rainfall with any of these could be briefly heavy, but any rain shouldn't take up much time.
Into the weekend, temperatures should continue to warm a bit more with readings climbing a bit more into the 80's while humidity should also start to climb. The next cold front is forecast to arrive sometime by the end of the weekend, so currently Sunday would be the best day to see some storms. Once the front passes, temperatures would then likely cool some again going into early next week.