After several days of hot and muggy weather and some heavy (but isolated) thundershowers, the weather turned a bit cooler and drier. However, it's back to summer.
Low pressure will move by to our east today (Thursday). It's responsible for the hotter temperatures and heavy dust, as well as some high level overcast. The storm will pass by, but be replaced with high pressure entering from the west. This high pressure area will be originating in Africa. Hence, it will also bring hot summer temperatures, and some dust as well.
The hot weather should last into mid next week when some moisture arriving with a storm from the north might again bring some showers.