High pressure ridging in from the NE will maintain control of the weather for this area through Thursday with not much of any precip to speak of. The issue with this is the environment stays rather stagnant which promotes fog development night after night until something changes. Those changes will come toward the end of the week.
We will see isolated showers/t-storms Friday into Friday night and Saturday across mainly eastern locations as the southern stream shortwave exits the area. Sunday looks to be relatively dry across the area. Temperatures will remain much above normal, but not quite as warm as the next couple of days. By Monday, differences start to creep into the forecast as several cold front will move into and through the region.