Enjoy it while you can. The relatively mild temperatures that start off the week and lead into the Fourth of July will turn to blistering hot by week’s end, according to the National Weather Service.
Today will be sunny with a high near 108 degrees F and only mild breezes. Tonight will be clear with a low around 76.
Tuesday is forecast to be identical, with sunny skies and high near 108 during the day and a low of 76 at night.
Independence Day, Wednesday, again is expected to have a high temperature of 108. The night will be clear for those watching fireworks, and the low is expected to be 78. The average high on the Fourth of July is 107.
Thursday is set on sizzle, with lots of sun and a high of 113. The night should be mostly clear with the low temperature dipping only as low as 87.
Friday, prepare for sunny and hot and a high of 114. Overnight, the forecast sees a 10-percent chance of showers before 11 p.m. and a low around 86.
From this distance, the weekend forecast hints at a slight chance of rain and mostly just hot days.