We continue to track high pressure as it moves through the Central Plains. Highs surged in to the triple digits for the start of the work week. Tonight clear skies will remain in place with lows falling in to the mid to upper 70s.
Tuesday, the upper level area of high pressure continues it's trek west and moves closer to the Big Country. This will kick afternoon highs up a few degrees with folks in the northern Big Country pushing close to the 110s.
High pressure is set to stay with us for the next several days and we'll see the highest temperatures of the week Tuesday through Thursday. Rain chances remain nonexistent as clear skies and dry air stays with us.
Friday, the high continues to move west and will move away slightly. This will bring highs down a few degrees but expect to still see lower triple digits in the afternoon. The weekend will remain dry and hot with highs in the upper 90s.