It's all about the heat and humidity this week - which I suppose is appropriate since summer officially begins on Wednesday (even though many days over the past few weeks have felt downright summer-like)!
Winds will turn to a south/southwesterly direction today, and that will help to bump up moisture locally. That means we'll begin to feel more humid - while it won't be oppressive, it also won't be as comfortable as this weekend. Temperatures will reach the mid 80s in the Upstate and the low 80s in WNC - so they'll be close to (if not a bit below) normals for this time of year.
While the morning will be dry, the afternoon hours will bring another chance of showers and storms. Like Sunday, we won't see a ton of coverage, but make sure you keep an eye out if you have plans that will take you outside. The Mountains could see a few hit-or-miss storms develop between 2 and 9 PM, while any storms in the Upstate will be isolated at best.
Small t-storm chances will stay with us over the next few days, but the main story will be the building heat. Upstate highs for the rest of the week will range from near 90° to the mid 90s, while WNC highs will be in the mid 80s to around 90°. Humidity will keep rising, so we'll feel much more uncomfortable for the second half of the week.
As far as MCS chances are concerned, I'm not seeing much on our weather models to sell me on it, but that's not to say that we won't see one (as we know, these are notoriously hard to predict and forecast). Kendra will be tracking storms 'upstream' during the evening hours today and tomorrow, so there's another reason to check in with her at night.
Have a great week, and enjoy the last days of spring!