After temperatures rebounded over the weekend, the warm weather will continue through the start of the week.
However, while a shower could come through the area Sunday morning, the rain is not expected to alleviate the ongoing drought.
AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Joseph McCormick said temperatures will rise above normal by Monday.
"Through the weekend, we'll see it gradually warming, but it's not looking great as far as rain," he said.
Dry weather will remain throughout the area into Monday and Tuesday with temperatures climbing from the mid-60s to the 70s by midweek.
After a cooler-than-normal summer 2014, the Northeast can anticipate more 90-degree days. Meanwhile, drought conditions will expand in the West.
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.
Parts of this week will feel more like summer across the Midwest and Northeast with the warmest days of 2015 set to unfold.
Thunderstorms are set to return to the Plains for the first week of May following a relatively quiet end to April.
Very warm Saharan air will spread across southern Europe through much of this week.
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