This week has been a week with temperatures actually being where they should for this time of year. That changes as we move to start summer. Father's Day could very well be the last day this week we see temperatures in the 80s. It will also be the least humid day of the week, but humidity will be returning through the day.
High pressure has set up shop again on top of us both at the surface and aloft. As this area of high pressure strengthens, our temperatures will also increase. Temperatures will increase through the week as the entire atmospheric column above us warms and expands and high pressure builds. Skies will stay clear for the first half of the week; then we'll just see some afternoon clouds as we end the week.
Since high pressure is in control, no rain is expected through the next 7 days. Of interesting note, and something we may need to pay attention to later this week, several of our computer models are showing an area of low pressure developing into the Gulf of Mexico. Whether this actually forms and then becomes tropical is too early to tell, but if you have any plans to head towards the coast from Biloxi westward, you will want to keep an eye on the Gulf.