Pleasant days will continue across the San Francisco area for the foreseeable future.
Daytime temperatures will be in the upper 60s with low clouds in the morning through Saturday.
It will be breezy with winds gusting at times to more than 30 mph to start the week but then backing down to about 15 mph by week's end.
The only problem ahead is no rain to help with the extended drought in the region.
According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, a third of California is in an exceptional drought, the highest level of drought calculated by the federal government.
It hasn't rained in San Francisco so far in June, and the prospects of any precipitation are very dim for the first month of summer.
No rain is in the forecast for San Francisco until early August.
A surge of warmth into the Northeast will create Boston's warmest day so far this year on Monday.
Summer warmth will dominate most of this week in Pittsburgh, creating the warmest days so far this year.
It will not feel like a typical early May week around Washington, D.C., and Baltimore this week with warmth dominating.
Early indications suggest that the first tropical system of 2015 could spin up off the southern Atlantic Coast of the United States later this week.
After a cooler-than-normal summer 2014, the Northeast can anticipate more 90-degree days. Meanwhile, drought conditions will expand in the West.
Parts of this week will feel more like summer across the Midwest and Northeast with the warmest days of 2015 set to unfold.